If Chrisella Rd E is realigned to the east, would it be extended through the new park to 106th Ave E?

While the extension of a roadway through the park is an option being considered, and the 2020 Comprehensive Plan amendment (see https://arcg.is/0Dn05S0 for a map) shows a “Planned Collector” through the park, this is only conceptual at this time and no final decisions have been made. The purpose of this “Planned Collector” is to provide residents an alternative to turning left onto Meridian Ave E (SR-161) from 29th St E or 32nd St E, including traffic calming and pedestrian safety provisions – it would not be designed as a parallel thoroughfare to Meridian, nor is it intended to address any traffic problems on Meridian itself.

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1. Have there been any decisions made about this intersection yet? (referring to study presented to Council in June 2021)
2. Have any alternatives other than those in the June study been considered for this intersection?
3. If Chrisella Rd E is realigned to the east, would it be extended through the new park to 106th Ave E?
4. Are there plans to install sidewalks along the new park’s frontage?
5. Can anything be done to slow down northbound Meridian Ave E (SR-161) traffic? The end-of-lane merge just north of the intersection seems to invite bad behavior…
6. Are there any plans to protect pedestrians at the northwest corner of the intersection? How about the long crosswalk on the east side of the intersection?