A Sound Transit Sounder train passes through Lakewood at 108th Street Southwest. The city of Lakewood received $2 million from the state in 2015 to improve pedestrian safety near railroad tracks that cut through the city. The city will use the money to add sidewalks and a bike lane along a 1 1/2 mile stretch of Lakeview Avenue from 111th Street Southwest to Clover Park Technical College.
A Sound Transit Sounder train passes through Lakewood at 108th Street Southwest. The city of Lakewood received $2 million from the state in 2015 to improve pedestrian safety near railroad tracks that cut through the city. The city will use the money to add sidewalks and a bike lane along a 1 1/2 mile stretch of Lakeview Avenue from 111th Street Southwest to Clover Park Technical College. Peter Haley Staff photographer/File 2013
A Sound Transit Sounder train passes through Lakewood at 108th Street Southwest. The city of Lakewood received $2 million from the state in 2015 to improve pedestrian safety near railroad tracks that cut through the city. The city will use the money to add sidewalks and a bike lane along a 1 1/2 mile stretch of Lakeview Avenue from 111th Street Southwest to Clover Park Technical College. Peter Haley Staff photographer/File 2013

How to spend $2 million? Lakewood chooses sidewalks

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