Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Brock Howell

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Brock Howell has worked on transportation and land use policy the last decade in the Pacific Northwest, including at Futurewise and Cascade Bicycle Club. He currently works with Seattle For Everyone and has his own consulting business, Howell Consulting.
The City of Seattle is currently near 60% design for paving and multi-modal improvements to major arterial streets in the Green Lake and Wallingford neighborhoods. The paving project will bring many improvements in alignment with the City’s 2014 Bicycle Master Plan and other city policies, including: New protected bike...
Seattle ranks among America's fastest growing cities. As Seattle continues to welcome new jobs and new residents, we must ensure housing is available and affordable. Much of Seattle's current housing is already out of reach for tens of thousands of residents. It's critical that housing is affordable for people across...
If Seattle were a 400-foot wide road (the widest street option available on StreetMix.net), it’d look something like this: That’s 27 lanes primarily for cars and trucks, 13 lanes for parking those cars, one 3.8-foot wide bike lane, and one 3-foot wide bus-only lane. In essence, the world’s worst stroad...