New Greenways happenings from around Seattle and beyond!
July 2014
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Welcome, Scott Kubly—New SDOT Director!

Kubly promises to make active transportation "the most attractive option" in Seattle. Read more.

Why "Intersections"—And What It Says About Us

Letter from Seattle Neighborhood Greenways Executive Director, Cathy Tuttle. Read more.

A New Safe Route to School in Ballard!  Read more.

SDOT to Improve Street Where James St. Clair Was Killed. Read more.

Lake City Greenways Develops a New Park! Read more. 

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Local News

What's new in your City Council District? 
District 1
South Park launched their Green Space Vision Plan with a bike parade on new greenways! 
District 2
Rainier Valley Greenways held a greenway audit ride to evaluate S. Myrtle and S. Willow streets as potential greenway routes. 
District 3
Local greenways groups teamed up with Cascade Bicycle Club for a Silly Hilly to explore options for the Central Seattle Greenway. 
District 4
SDOT held an Open House to discuss improvements to (and extension of) the Children's / 39th Ave NE Greenway. 
District 5
Construction is starting on the new Olympic Hills Neighborhood Greenway in Lake City!
District 6
Ballard Greenways toured 17th Ave NW with parents, Mike Hale of Hale's Brewery, and Councilmember Mike O'Brien.  
District 7
Queen Anne Greenways created the Blueprint for a Bikeable and Walkable Queen Anne — a great model for other groups trying to plan greenways in their neighborhoods. 
Beyond Seattle
Kirkland Greenways attended the Kenmore City Council meeting to voice their concerns over a man getting a mere $175 fine for hitting and killing a cyclist.  

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