Greenways, Transit and updates galore!

 

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Would you like to know more about progress made by the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) on Bridging the Gap (BTG) – funded Greenways and transit corridor improvements?  Or get updated on what your BTG levy dollars promised and how close we are to reaching those goals? Like to meet new folks and find out how you can get engaged?   If so, you are in luck!

The BTG Levy Oversight Committee has a meeting scheduled for April, 29, 2014, 6 – 8 p.m., Seattle City Hall Room 370.    The committee is a dedicated group of 15 community members who meet quarterly to review and track the progress of the BTG transportation initiative that was passed by Seattle voters in 2006.  They are charged with ensuring SDOT is delivering on the promises made to voters.

Committee members come from all across the city and from all walks of life.  They take their oversight and accountability role seriously and they work closely with SDOT to ensure that BTG is not only meeting its goals, but that it is being integrated into the overall goals of the department and the City.

The committee members include:

  • Ann Martin, Co-chair
  • Kristen Lohse, Co-chair
  • Ref Lindmark
  • Betty Seith-Croll
  • Allegra Calder
  • John Coney
  • Jeremy
    Valenta
  • Barbara Wright
  • Chisula Chambers
  • Jessica Szelag, Bicycle Advisory Board member
  • Lydia Heard, Pedestrian Advisory Board member
  • David Mendoza, Freight Advisory Board member
  • Ben Noble, City Budget Director
  • Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, Transportation Committee Chair

All committee meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend and share their views on BTG during public comment. If you are interested in how your tax dollars are allocated, why not mark your calendar and join us April 29th.

For more information, please visit BTG Levy Oversight Committee website.