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Repaving Project Will Maintain Unsafe Walking and Biking Conditions on High Speed Ballard Corridor

Date: Sep 22, 2022 01:14 pm 
Author: Ryan Packer
Snippet: The gaps in Seattle’s current complete streets legislation are becoming more apparent as the city moves ahead with a repaving project on one of the city’s busiest and highest speed corridors, with minimal adjustments planned to slow traffic or make space for other modes of travel like walking or biking. The repaving project, which will […] 
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Chinatown and Transit Advocates Push for 4th Avenue Light Rail Station Date: Sep 22, 2022 07:00 am 
Author: Zane Reed (Guest Contributor)
Snippet: As Sound Transit lays out 90 miles of new track, 57 new stations, and three new light rail lines over the next 20 years, the Chinatown-International District (CID) station is set to become the region’s key transit hub. There will be over 30,000 riders passing through the station each day and local businesses will be […] 
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