Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan

The City of Seattle has created a Pedestrian Master Plan aimed at getting Seattle to be a more “walkable, livable, and healthy city”. The city has cooked up some notions on policies and programs and projects that are all about achieving this lofty goal. The city is looking for your feedback on the plan, now through June 15.

You can learn all about the Master Plan on the SDOT website here where you’ll also find links to news stories and blogs all about walking, as well as all the information you could ever want to know about walking in Seattle. I highly recommend spending some time using the Pedestrian Toolbox, particularly the semi-interactive feature on “Common Pedestrian Issues”.

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