February 1, 2015
From six people in a church basement in 2011 working to bring neighborhood greenways to Seattle, we’ve grown to a coalition of 20 neighborhood groups working on all aspects of safe & healthy streets across Seattle. We’ve had enormous success getting our greenway routes and intersection priorities funded and built, as well as building coalitions and funding for larger safe street infrastructure projects.
- Vision Zero. Advocate for strong local and city support for engineered speed reduction, enforcement, education, and more
- Renew Bridging the Gap. Improve and get out the votes for a citywide funding package focused on healthy transportation as Bridging the Gap expires in 2015.
- Complete Streets. Make sure our own Seattle Complete Streets Ordinance is enforced. Make sure major SDOT improvement projects are funded and tied to walk/bike safety improvements.
COUNCIL DISTRICT PRIORITIES
- District 1: Create safe intersections across 35th Ave SW and build a parallel greenway.
- District 2: Redesign Rainier Ave S so that it is no longer the most dangerous street in the city.
- District 3: Design and fund better walking and biking connections as part of the SR-520 project.
- District 4: Bring the Wallingford Greenway up to current standards and connect it to the future light rail station on Brooklyn NE.
- District 5: Elevate the N/NW 92nd St. as the major cross-town all ages and abilities connection in North Seattle, and connect people across Aurora and I-5 with direct links to Wilson Pacific School, North Seattle College, and Northgate Light Rail Station.
- District 6: Make 6th Ave NW, including its NW Market Street intersection safe enough for children to get to school.
- District 7: Ensure the Lake to Bay Loop is an all ages and abilities route.