Is This the Only Alley in MLT?

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Is this the only residential alley in Mountlake Terrace? Know of any others?

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  1. This may count: the passage between 56th and 57th at 228th, while ostensibly for access to the church's parking lot (and allowed parking for the sheltered 56th CT stop) from 56th, it does connect between both streets and has access to two neighboring houses north of the church as well. From 57th, it appears as an unmapped road with no name marker; from 56th, it appears as a driveway entrance/exit.And this is a pedestrian/cycles-only style, though perhaps not having real access to the neighboring properties: Between 44th and 48th, 220th “ends” in cul-de-sacs, but there's a paved and car-blocked path joining the two “ends” together.And the Interurban Trail sections within the city may be considered among the pedestrian/cyclist-only sort. If not the trail itself, there are some between-properties footpaths connecting to neighboring streets, such as the planned incomplete/unpaved continuation south of 228th that's marked on maps as 73rd. About three blocks of unpaved 73rd is on the MLT side of the border; paved and property-access beyond that on the Edmonds side, I believe. It depends on whether “between backyards” and “shown on maps” counts as “alley”. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. This may count: the passage between 56th and 57th at 228th, while ostensibly for access to the church’s parking lot (and allowed parking for the sheltered 56th CT stop) from 56th, it does connect between both streets and has access to two neighboring houses north of the church as well. From 57th, it appears as an unmapped road with no name marker; from 56th, it appears as a driveway entrance/exit.rnrnAnd this is a pedestrian/cycles-only style, though perhaps not having real access to the neighboring properties: Between 44th and 48th, 220th “ends” in cul-de-sacs, but there’s a paved and car-blocked path joining the two “ends” together.rnrnAnd the Interurban Trail sections within the city may be considered among the pedestrian/cyclist-only sort. If not the trail itself, there are some between-properties footpaths connecting to neighboring streets, such as the planned incomplete/unpaved continuation south of 228th that’s marked on maps as 73rd. About three blocks of unpaved 73rd is on the MLT side of the border; paved and property-access beyond that on the Edmonds side, I believe. It depends on whether “between backyards” and “shown on maps” counts as “alley”. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. This may count: the passage between 56th and 57th at 228th, while ostensibly for access to the church's parking lot (and allowed parking for the sheltered 56th CT stop) from 56th, it does connect between both streets and has access to two neighboring houses north of the church as well. From 57th, it appears as an unmapped road with no name marker; from 56th, it appears as a driveway entrance/exit.And this is a pedestrian/cycles-only style, though perhaps not having real access to the neighboring properties: Between 44th and 48th, 220th “ends” in cul-de-sacs, but there's a paved and car-blocked path joining the two “ends” together.And the Interurban Trail sections within the city may be considered among the pedestrian/cyclist-only sort. If not the trail itself, there are some between-properties footpaths connecting to neighboring streets, such as the planned incomplete/unpaved continuation south of 228th that's marked on maps as 73rd. About three blocks of unpaved 73rd is on the MLT side of the border; paved and property-access beyond that on the Edmonds side, I believe. It depends on whether “between backyards” and “shown on maps” counts as “alley”. ๐Ÿ™‚

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