The Bainbridge Island City Council will get a briefing from state officials at possible improvements to Highway 305 — which include three roundabouts on Bainbridge — at its meeting this week.
Last week, Steve Roark, assistant region administrator for the Washington Department of Transportation, briefed the Poulsbo City Council on still-developing plans for safety and mobility improvements along a roughly 11-mile stretch of Highway 305.
Bainbridge council members will get a similar briefing at their study session on Tuesday, July 17.
The meeting starts at 7 p.m.
Three roundabouts are in the plans for Bainbridge Island on Highway 305: at Day Road, Ada’s Will Lane and NE Port Madison Road. Improvements between the ferry terminal and Hostmark Street in Poulsbo will be financed by $36.8 million that was set aside for Highway 305 as part of the “Connection WA Act,” approved by the Legislature in 2015.