The Seattle Department of Transportation invites residents to participate in a survey to share input on the next phase of the 33rd Avenue West Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge in Magnolia.

People can take the survey until June 8 at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/S3MHTXC.

The project is evaluating the feasibility and options to rehabilitate or replace the 33rd Avenue West Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge. Feedback will be part of the 30 percent design process and will help determine that alternative will be chosen for the 60 and 90 percent design. Go to https://www.seattle.gov/transportation/33rdAveWBridge to see the different options up for consideration.

SDOT officials expect the 60 and 90 percent designs to be complete by the end of the year through the Move Seattle Levy.

Final design and construction are not currently funded, according to SDOT. After the 90 percent design is complete, SDOT will present the project to the Roadway Structures Department, which will decide if it will move into construction.