Entries for date "November 2021"
Nov. 24, 2021
12 Big Wins for the 2022 Seattle City Budget!
Advocates like you across Seattle have rallied allies, given public comment, and written to elected officials to push for a city budget that aligns with our values and priorities. On Nov 22, City Council finalized the 2022 Seattle City Budget. And it includes substantial gains, including tripling the budget for Vision Zero -- Seattle’s goal to have zero traffic deaths or …
The wide street in SODO where Ramona, 34, was killed by a drunk driver in September of this year.
Jared was out walking on January 1, 2021 and was hit by a driver and killed, the first traffic fatality of the year. He was 23 years old.
In March, Rainy, 53, died after being struck by a car while crossing the street in Lake City. The next day, Luri, also …
Protected bike lanes on Eastlake Ave connecting the University District and South Lake Union are long awaited and eagerly anticipated.
But current designs show protection ending two blocks south of the University Bridge, leaving people unprotected through the most dangerous section of this entire corridor.Act now to demand a complete, protected bike connection through this vital corridor! Comment period closes Monday, Nov 22, 2021.
A Dangerous Gap in …
Conversations about changes to Seattle's streets can often feel contentious, but is that just because of who chooses to engage in these debates, or is Seattle truly divided? To find out, we teamed up with the Northwest Progressive Institute to compose our questions, and they contracted with Change Research to poll the public. The poll has a modeled margin of error of 4.1% at the 95% confidence interval ( …
Nov. 17, 2021