This is a huge win for Northgate pedestrians and bicyclists! This week the Seattle City Council and the Sound Transit board unanimously passed resolutions committing a total of $20 million to pedestrian and bicycle improvements for the future Northgate light rail station. Thanks go to Seattle Councilman Richard Conlin, who led the charge within the […]
The City’s Department of Planning and Development is holding a public meeting to present options for future development and street improvements around the Northgate Light Rail station.
The meeting is on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., at the Aljoya Senior Apartments at Thornton Place, 450 NE 100th Street. Off-street parking available at […]
The comment period for Seattle’s draft Pedestrian Master Plan has been extended to Friday, June 26, 2009.
The plan is a web-based plan, available at http://www.seattle.gov/mostwalkablecity.htm. A hard copy of the plan is also available in the Seattle Room of the Central Library (1000 Fourth Ave.).
Comments on the plan may be made:
Act Now on the City of Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan. Comments are due June 15.
City of Seattle’s first pedestrian master plan is available for your review. Be sure to take a look and give your feedback by Monday, June 15. What do you like about Seattle’s Pedestrian Master Plan? Is there anything you don’t […]
If you missed the discussion about the Pedestrian Master Plan at the Pinehurst Community Meeting this week, you may be interested in the Great City brownbag on the topic next week:
Pedestrian Master Plan Brownbag LunchThursday, May 14th12:00 – 1:30 pmGGLO Space at the Steps (enter through door located about ¼ of the way down […]
The Pedestrian Master Plan is now available on-line here.
The plan establishes the policies, programs, design criteria, and projects that will further enhance pedestrian safety, comfort, and access in all of Seattle’s neighborhoods.
Take time to read the draft plan and make comments by June 15, 2009.
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Photo: Joshua Trujillo/seattlepi.com
Casey McNerthney and Josh Trujillo have a piece in the PI today about pedestrian safety and the Pedestrian Master Plan. Read it here.
The Pedestrian Master Plan should be available on-line any day now. There were some technical issues that have delayed the official release that had been planned for May 1st.
The next Pinehurst Community Meeting will be Monday, May 4th at 7 PM at Amante Pizza in Pinehurst (12319 Roosevelt Way NE). The final agenda is below. We plan to stay on time with the agenda and to end by 8:30.
7:00 – Welcome
7:05 to 7:15 – Introduction of Michael Neguse of Eritrean Kidisti […]
Below is a draft agenda for our quarterly Pinehurst meeting. We are in the process of finalizing it and confirming guests. We will post the final agenda this week.
1. Crime prevention and Block Watch – Diane Horswill, Seattle Police Department North Precinct Crime Pervention – 15 min
2. 15th Ave Bridge Rehabilitation […]
The folks at Seattle Department of Transportation working on the Pedestrian Master Plan are looking for stories that will help tell the public (and decision-makers alike) why we need to support the Pedestrian Master Plan, pedestrians, walking, and walkability.
All of us have you all have stories that describe people who are stopped from accessing […]