Entries for date "May 2018"

New Bike Parking Regs for the Win!

Images and story courtesy of Bicycle Security Advisors. There can only be as many people biking as there are safe, convenient, and accessible places to lock-up their bikes at destinations. Every year, more people are biking in Seattle, and that means we need to support them with new, better standards that will help ensure this growth continues over the next decade. Fortunately, on April 2, the Seattle City Council …

Supporting Local Economies: A Shiny New Crosswalk for the Georgetown Business District!

Photos and story by Jesse Moore, Duwamish Valley Safe Streets. Last month, Georgetown neighbors and business owners gathered with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) staff to celebrate the completion of a new signal and marked crosswalk at Airport Way South and South Doris Street, in the heart of this popular South End arts and culture hub.  DVSSGeorgetownCrosswalkpeoplewalkingtowardscamera DVSSGeorgetownCrosswalkPeopleCrossing According to Georgetown Merchant Association Chairman, Larry Reid (of the legendary Fantagraphics Books …

Meet the New Team Members!

We've added some new faces over the past nine months at Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, and we couldn't be more excited. By way of introduction, we've asked our newest recruits a few questions about what drives their passion for safe streets / public spaces work in Seattle.

 Meet Clara Cantor, our new Community Organizer!

Joined SNG in March 2018. clara

How do you enjoy the public spaces in your neighborhood?  

I have …