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A Waterfront for All

Street + Transit Update

On June 26, the Waterfront Seattle team held a special event to provide street design and local waterfront transit updates for community feedback. Building on more than two years of community engagement, this vision includes a new urban street to accommodate all modes of travel and provide an important connection in the city’s transportation system.Waterfront update_3

The meeting was attended by over 300 participants. It was great to hear the comments, active discussion and questions to help move the design forward.

If you missed the event, you may find the presentation, street design plan and local waterfront transit reports by following the links below:

Presentation with audio
Presentation (PDF)
Alaskan Way Street Design Site Plan
Local Waterfront Transit Analysis Summary
Local Waterfront Transit Draft Report
Seattle Waterfront Historic Streetcar Technical Evaluation

You are welcomed to share your ideas and comments by clicking click here, sending an email to or calling at 206.499.8040.Waterfront update_4

Now through August 4, the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) is hosting the 14-foot scale model of the waterfront featuring the conceptual design.

Waterfront Seattle is a partnership between the City of Seattle and the entire community to create an inviting new public waterfront that is a place for everyone – a Waterfront for All – that the entire region can enjoy for generations to come.

Find out more information by visiting the program’s website at