Systemic Pedestrian Treatments Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons

Project News

City of Bremerton posted Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on 5/18/22 for design of this project. City to evaluate all submissions upon closing of advertisement on 6/1/22.

Project Overview

To install rectangular rapid flashing beacons, appropriate thermoplastic marked crosswalks, and ADA curb ramps at 8 high-risk locations throughout the City in order to reduce motor vehicle and pedestrian crashes. 

Needs & Benefits

The City of Bremerton's 2020 Strategic Road Safety Plan identified and prioritized several safety improvement projects to address locations with the highest risk of future collisions in the city with an emphasis on reducing fatal and serious injury crashes. The City applied for and was award a grant the Systemic Pedestrian Treatments project. 

Project Status

City Council Accepted the project grant on 3/3/21.

End Result

Installation of 8 Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) crossings with pavement markings and approximately 30 curb ramps to make pedestrian crossings safer and accessible to all. 

Timeline / Schedule

Design: 2022 - 2023
Construction: 2023 - 2024


Total Estimated Cost = $900,600
Highway Safety Improvement Program Grant = $848,500
City Match = $52,100


Chris Dimmitt
Project Engineer
Ph: 360-473-2307

Systemic Pedestrian Treatment RRFB project