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October 2015 Newsletter
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Vote Yes! On Prop 1
Have you heard? Seattle's transportation levy funds 80% of all walking and biking projects. Vote YES
Learn more and get involved
Seattle's Most Dangerous Street
Rainier Ave S averages a crash every day.
not for much longer
Apply today for your own
Safe Routes to School Mini Grant
! Deadline is Oct 30.
Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan Update
Don't miss this opportunity to discuss crosswalks, sidewalks, and "sidewalk alternatives" at two Open Houses
October 19th and 21st
Check out our calendar
for more events!
Volunteer with the Let’s Move Seattle campaign
.The levy will fund 150 blocks of new sidewalk, repair 225 blocks, and build half of the Bicycle Master Plan.
Trick or Treat!
How you can
urn your block into a Play Street for Halloween
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What's new in your City Council District?
Admiral Way SW is a great street. Let’s make it safe too!
to learn more.
What happened on PARKing Day when Shirley painted 2000 feet of Protected Bike Lanes?
Thanks to a Pan-African Flag Crosswalk, you can have
new crosswalk designs in your neighborhood
“All feedback for the curb bulbs was favorable.”
PARKing Day idea
Burke Gilman Trail crossing
Licton-Haller Greenways wins
two grants for Schools
Ballard Greenways & Alta Planning team up at
NW 65th & 6th
PARKing Day protected intersection
South Lake Union By Bike?
It could work with these engineering fixes.
Greenways honored with the major
Seattle Department of Transportation Award
for Innovation & Outreach.
"Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is the largest force making Seattle a safe place to walk/bike/drive/live"
- current donor
Rainier Ave S safe for 4-year-old with this PARKing Day Protected Bike Lane.
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