How can Seattle’s transit, walking, and biking advocates work together to create a safe and reliable transportation system?

The Move Seattle levy promised to implement 7 “Rapid Ride Plus” corridors by 2024, with two of those currently in the planning stages. The levy also promises to implement walking and biking safety projects along some of these corridors and along other priority transit corridors (such as Pike & Pine).

SDOT concept plan for Madison and 12th Ave encapsulates the city's near term multi-modal vision. (City of Seattle)
SDOT concept plan for Madison and 12th Ave encapsulates the city’s near term multi-modal vision. (City of Seattle)

Tomorrow you can meet up with folks who will be looking at these corridors and discussing potential ways to work towards bold solutions that prioritize people who walk, bike, and take transit. Ensuring that the efforts of complimentary organizations advocating for solutions work in concert is the only way that we can truly move forward.

The event takes place at Impact HUB (220 2nd Ave S) in Pioneer Square, from 1pm to 3pm, tomorrow, Saturday July 23. This event is sponsored by Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, the Seattle Transit Blog, Cascade Bicycle Club, Feet First, Transportation Choices Coalition, and The Urbanist. We’ll see you there!

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