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It’s time to play in the streets!

Summer, summer, summertime! George Clinton was on to something when he said it was time to put a glide in your stride and a dip in yo’ hip. We have a feeling he was probably at a play street or block party somewhere in Seattle. ? When the sun is shining… [ Keep reading ]

BIKE SHARE | Survey’s Juicy Details!

Worldwide, bike share systems have given people an easy and convenient way to hop on a bike. In growing cities like Seattle, this helps add transportation options for people to beat congestion in a space-efficient and carbon-free way. Also, it gives added motivation to get outside and exercise! Seattle was… [ Keep reading ]

World Day of Remembrance: Join us to reflect, remember, & talk solutions

This weekend, Seattle will remember the 20+ (and simply 20+ too many) crash-based fatalities as part of an international World Day of Remembrance. Around this time last year, you may have seen white silhouette cut-outs attached to street signs and light posts, organized by our partners at Seattle Neighborhood Greenways as… [ Keep reading ]

Let’s get lit! ?

For the 5th year in a row, we’re teaming up with Commute Seattle on a Light Up Your Ride event this Thurs. Nov. 2, 7–9 AM at Lake Union Park, right next to the Westlake bike path. It’s a free event, focused on safety and visibility. Oh, and… THERE.  WILL. … [ Keep reading ]

Join Us October 7th for Art Interruptions Event

In a city already well-known for its breathtaking views, this fall as part of Art Interruptions 2017 we proudly add 7 more extraordinary sights along the Delridge Neighborhood Greenway and Connector Trail in West Seattle. Now through January, we encourage you to view all 7 art installations by foot or… [ Keep reading ]

New Safety Improvements for a New School Campus!

Three new schools with 1,500 students – Cascadia Elementary, Licton Springs K-8 and Robert Eagle Staff Middle Schools – opened this fall in north Seattle. With a lot of those kids walking and biking to school, they needed safety improvements around the new school campus. In support of our Safe Routes to… [ Keep reading ]

Hey Neighbor, Nice Road.

People in several Seattle neighborhoods including Rainier Valley and Bitter Lake now have new road surfaces, thanks to the City’s 2017 Microsurfacing Program. Microsurfacing is a cost-effective way to extend the life of pavement by sealing minor cracks and other problems by applying a thin protective coating on roads – it’s just like… [ Keep reading ]

South Side Walk It Out: Rainier Ave S Vision Zero Walking Tour This Saturday

Join us for a Rainier Ave S walking tour this Saturday, September 9, with our friends at Rainier Valley Greenways and The Urbanist! Two years ago, we redesigned a 1-mile stretch of Rainier Ave S in Columbia City and Hillman City to improve safety for all travelers. We’ve seen great… [ Keep reading ]

Microsurfacing for Several Neighborhood Streets Begins August 14 through August 25

Microsurfacing will soon bring “new” life to roads in several Seattle neighborhoods! Microsurfacing is a protective seal coat which extends the life of pavement. This is a cost-effective method to renew the road surface and seal minor cracks and other irregularities. Like painting a house, microsurfacing creates a protective layer… [ Keep reading ]

Enhancing Safety in Little Saigon

To meet our Vision Zero goal of reaching zero traffic fatalities and serious injuries on Seattle streets by 2030, we are proposing safety improvements in the Little Saigon neighborhood. In the last few years, there have been 40 crashes in Little Saigon, at the intersections of Rainier Ave S/S King St… [ Keep reading ]