Lake City Greenways Crosswalk Action With SDOT
May 1, 2015
Lake City Greenways exemplifies the civic-mindedness and good transportation decisions local Seattle Neighborhood Greenways groups all over Seattle are becoming known for.
In the past two years, Lake City Greenways has added a pocket park in the street right-of-way, worked with several UW classes on urban development ideas, helped Seattle Department of Transportation on road safety awareness on Lake …
Cathy Tuttle, Executive Director, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways April 24, 2015The $930 million Levy puts just $7 million toward Safe Routes to School. We can do better. Let's use this opportunity for significant investments for our kids.
If you own a house, you need to clean the gutters and occasionally replace the roof or the whole place falls down. That's what 67% of the Move Seattle Levy is doing — …
Editors Note: Two of the most active groups in the Seattle Neighborhood Greenways coalition are Lake City Greenways and Licton Haller Greenways. Without further ado, her is an update from Janine Blealoch the co-leader of Lake City Greenways followed by an update from Lee Bruch the interim leader of Licton-Haller Greenways. Lake City
Lake City Greenways received a matching fund grant for 30% design and construction drawings for the …
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Wow! Of the seven grants submitted by neighborhood greenway groups or their allies to Seattle's Neighborhood Park and Street Fund six were prioritized by the East District Council for further review. Here they are in order or priority:
Lake Washington Loop Greenway segment design was requested by Jerry Fulks of Arboretum for Safer Streets, a group affiliated with Madison Park Greenways.
Editors Note: University Of Washington students Qiren Lu & Ranju Uezono studied four intersections in Seattle School Walk Zones to see if drivers stopped for people crossing at crosswalks.
Their findings were alarming. Motorist compliance rate ranged from 15% to 34%, low figures compared to the national average.
In other words, in marked crosswalks in school zones, only 3 in 10 people driving cars fully stopped for people walking …