Entries for date "2015"

Sawant Aide Tours Central Seattle Greenways

February 1 2015 Brie Gynclid, Central Seattle Greenways Co-chair click map for full project description click map for full project description At long last, construction has started on Phase 1 of the North/South Central Area greenway! That's the greenway that travels roughly parallel to 23rd and 24th Ave from Rainier Ave S to E. Roanoke St. Central Seattle Greenways identified and began advocating for this project in 2012. Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) hopes to complete …

Leo Almanzor Memorial Walk 1-17-15 2 P.M.

For Immediate Release Phyllis Porter Phyllis@Seattlegreenways.org  (253) 545-8567 Leo Almanzor Memorial Walk Saturday, January 17, 2015 2 P.M. at 5th & Pike A community was devastated by a horrific collision around 9:30 P.M. on November 22, 2014 as Leo Almanzor attempted to cross the intersection of Pike Street and 5th Avenue in downtown Seattle and was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver.  Mr. Almanzor, 68, had taken the …

Safe Routes To School Community Forum North Seattle

Come to the community forum about providing Safe Routes to Schools in Central-North Seattle January 20 2015

Wildcat Way Opening July 2014Hear presentations by Seattle Department of Transportation on its efforts to create Safe Routes to Schools and by Seattle Neighborhood Greenways on its efforts to support safer and more pleasant streets. PARTICIPATE in an interactive workshop where we gather around maps to:

City Plans To Make Roosevelt Way NE Safer For All

 January 13, 2015 Congratulations to Mayor Ed Murray, Seattle Department of Transportation Director Scott Kubly, Seattle City Council Transportation Committee members Tom Rasmussen (Chair), Jean Godden, and Mike O'Brien for their bold leadership and vision that will soon make Roosevelt Way NE safer for everyone. You can thank them all on this letter!  How does this project make Roosevelt Way NE safer?
  • Improved crosswalks, curb extensions, curb ramps, and sidewalks …