Vision Zero

Southeast Seattle streets at Leticia Ave S and 34th Ave S.

Map of the Week: Lack of Sidewalks in Seattle

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Most long-time Seattleites know that sidewalks are a highly charged and controversial discussion point in many neighborhoods. But that's not because people don't like them....

What’s the Most Important Acronym on Seattle Streets?

The Seattle ROWIM or Right Of Way Improvement Manual may be the most important acronym guiding the development of Seattle streets today. How wide are sidewalks...

SDOT Makes Spot Fix to West Seattle Five-Way Intersection

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One intersection in West Seattle recently got the full Vision Zero treatment. Located at the confluence of SW Admiral Way, 47th Ave SW, and...

Lake2Bay Concept Plan and Next Event

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As previously covered, the Lake2Bay Public Realm Study is investigating ways to create a quality pedestrian connection between the new waterfront, downtown, Seattle Center...

Right-of-Way Declaration of Independence & Bill of Rights

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, whether they are rich or poor, black or white, young or...

Move Seattle Levy Goes To The Voters

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At a full council session yesterday, the Transportation Levy to Move Seattle was unanimously approved by the City Council in an 8-0 vote (Okamoto being absent)....

Spot Fix: N 34th St Buffered Bike Lane in Fremont

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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is planning to roll out another piece of the Bicycle Master Plan in Fremont. A three-block stretch of...

Finding the Burke-Gilman Trail’s Missing Link

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On Thursday night, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) hosted an open house on the alternatives for completing the unfinished part of the Burke-Gilman...