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Tag: Pedestrian Master Plan

Urban Politics #278: Pedestrian Safety

June 8th, 2009

Last month, the Seattle City Council’s Joint Pedestrian Safety and Transportation Committee got a look at the recommendations for Seattle’s first Pedestrian Master Plan.

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Urban Politics #262: Should the City Spend $43 Million on Citywide Transportation Improvements or on a Two-Way Mercer Boulevard?

September 30th, 2008

This UP announces an October 6 forum on the Mercer Project, and my proposal to redirect $43 million. A longer background explanation of the project follows, for those who are interested.

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Urban Politics #229: Pedestrian Saftey Resolution

February 5th, 2007

The City Council today passed the Pedestrian Safety Resolution (Resolution 30951), which will establish a citizens advisory group for developing a Pedestrian Master Plan, to be completed some time next year.

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