The Seattle Department of Transportation invites community members to attend one of two community meetings this month to help improve safety on Rainier Avenue South. At the meetings we will review existing conditions and traffic data, discuss potential engineering and enforcement strategies, and hear concerns from residents. SDOT Director Scott Kubly plans to attend both meetings; Mayor Ed Murray will kick-off the Nov. 18 meeting. Nov. 12
6 to 8 p.m.
The Columbia School Cafeteria/Commons
3528 South Ferdinand Street
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The Ethiopian Community Center
8323 Rainier Avenue South
SDOT Director Scott Kubly explained, “We want to have a conversation with the community that uses Rainier Avenue South. Our goal is to improve safety for everyone—whether traveling by car, truck, bus, bike or on foot—while supporting the many businesses along this avenue.”
For more information, please see the webpage for the Rainier Avenue South Road Safety Corridor Project at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/rainieraves.htm.