Handouts for great community meetings, walks, bike rides and more.
- Double-sided 1/2-page flyer describing Seattle Neighborhood Greenways (print aligned horizontal and cut in half)
- Matching Engineering Tools to Livability Goals. Portland SR2S 4-page Guide.
- FAQ from Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw (4-page 11×17 PDF print ready copy)
- Seattle’s Neighborhood Greenways Toolkit 2012 written by UW students
- An 8-step Resident’s Guide to Working with the City (11×17)
- How do Greenways benefit pedestrians? (8 1/2 x 11 PDF)
- Streetfilms.org Portland’s Bike Boulevards Become Neighborhood Greenways
- Seattle Neighborhood Route Scouting Guide for great local field-tested ideas that work!
- Complete map of boundaries all Seattle Greenway groups in 2012 (11 x17)
- Poster of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways with Space Needle in the background (11×17)
- Poster of 6 views of children using Seattle Neighborhood Greenways in 2012 (11×17)
- Greenways Road Stencils – fun for street parties.
Materials you might want to print from recent reports of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways in the news!
- Will Seattle’s ‘greenways’ get people out of their cars? Greenways offer residents a way to travel between neighborhoods without jumping behind the wheel of a car. Teresa Yuan. KING 5 News 4/20/12 Print ready 11 x 17 PDF copy
- Neighborhood Greenways, F*ck Yeah! Six months after starting a citywide conversation about strategically altering non-arterial streets to prioritize walkers and cyclists, neighborhood greenway activists have a lot to brag about. Cienna Madrid. The Stranger, 3/22/12 Print ready 11 x17 PDF copy
- New city program hopes to help cars and bikes coexist. A new program taking shape in Seattle hopes to tackle the age-old problem of getting cars and bikes to safely coexist on local roads. Eric Johnson. KOMO News, 3/6/12. Print ready 11 x 17 PDF copy
- Seattle Creates New Bike Greenway.A new greenway in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. Kids are playing. Catherine Kovell. KUOW, 10/24/11 Print ready 11 x 17 PDF copy
- Seattle plans side-street pathways for cyclists. Bicycling greenways — networks of residential roads that are outfitted to give cyclists and pedestrians priority over cars. Mike Lindblom. Seattle Times, 9/30/11. Print ready 11 x 17 PDF copy
- Neighborhood greenways create more cycling and walking choices alongside cars. Guest editorial on “neighborhood greenways” that would create more — and more pleasant — choices for bikers and pedestrians in our communities. Dylan Ahearn, Cathy Tuttle and Michael Snyder. Seattle Times, 7/6/11. Print ready 11 x 17 PDF copy