Vision Zero

Spot Fix: Put People First At Pike Place Market, Ban Cars

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With nearly 100 years of urban activity for public trade and assembly, Pike Place Market is a mark of deep civic pride for Seattleites. The market...

New Protected Bike Lanes Coming to Northeast Seattle

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Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) staff hosted an open house on Tuesday to present conceptual plans for improving bike routes in northeast Seattle between East...

Reenvisioning the Public Realm of South Lake Union, Belltown, and Denny Triangle

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When the population of a city doubles, its economic productivity goes up 130 percent. As noted in a paper by the MIT Media Lab,...

Seattle to Ask Voters for $900 Million in Transportation Funding

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In November, the City of Seattle will ask voters for a property tax levy to put money where their mouth is on the Move...

Spot Fix: NE Campus Parkway

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Take a walk along Campus Parkway in the University District day or night, and you'll see a very well traveled street. While light on...

Vision Zero Passes Its First Test

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Rainier Ave has long been recognized as a dangerous street, but little has ever been done to fix the issue. Residents have suggested various fixes multiple times...

Why Bridging the Gap Needs to Span Further

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about ST3 and the upcoming City Council election. However, one of Seattle’s critical transportation funding measures, Bridging...

Mayor Murray Launches ‘Move Seattle’, A 10-Year Transportation Investment Plan

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Seattle Mayor Ed Murray stood before community members and city staff in Ballard yesterday to launch his 10-year, citywide transportation investment plan. Move Seattle, as...