Sunday, 16 June, 2019

Stephen Fesler

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Stephen is an urban planner with a passion for promoting sustainable, livable, and diverse cities. He advocates for smart policies, regulations, and implementation programs that enhance urban environments by committing to quality design, accommodating growth, providing a diversity of housing choices, and adequately providing public services. Stephen primarily writes about land use and transportation issues.
Pronto! bikes are already circulating the city. They'll be available for all users beginning at 1pm. See our earlier coverage on the launch from this morning for more information or the Pronto! blog. https://twitter.com/fbaum/status/521737871963590656 https://twitter.com/seattlepi/status/521721660060078080 https://twitter.com/seattlepi/status/521717031071395840 https://twitter.com/nataliewessel/status/521713897246453761 https://twitter.com/CyclePronto/status/521684472404529152 https://twitter.com/grouphealth/status/521712805373018112 https://twitter.com/CyclePronto/status/521698010703486976
https://vimeo.com/103524522 Green/Duwamish Watershed Strategy by King County on Vimeo.
Arrogance of space: Latvians take the whole arrogance of space thing seriously by biking around and showing how wasted space is by cars. Fair share streets: Sightline continues its series on creating fair share streets by taking a look at bunch of case studies. Let the kids bus it: A parent...
The days of the old Breda and Phantom electric trolleybuses are numbered. Here's a sneak peak at one of the new 40-foot low-floor electric trolleybuses. Built by New Flyer, the bus is wrapped in Metro purple and gold. You should start seeing them in regular service come 2015 in...
Third Avenue serves as the main surface artery for transit in Downtown Seattle between Denny Way and S Jackson Street. Over 42,000 people board some 2,500 buses in the corridor every weekday. To create a better environment for bus riders, King County Metro Transit and the Seattle Department of Transportation...
A three-part series of community forums to discuss future open space in the U District starts tonight (as we noted last week). Sponsored by the U District Partnership, the forum will explore the types of activities and values that University District residents want for open space. Future forums will take...
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mW764dXEI_8 The history of racism in cities and development persists today even though red lining and racist covenants on property are no longer legal.
This train is delayed: The Seattle Transit Blog has 9 ideas to improve transit. An economic and equity case is made for political support of Sound Transit 3. Capitol Hill Seattle highlights the last run of the Metro 47. The First Hill Streetcar is delayed thanks to the manufacturer, but...