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Safe Routes to School programs (SRTS) aim to make it safer and easier for students to walk and bike to school. Transportation, public health, and planning professionals, school communities, community
Shoreline’s 148th Crossing Earns Feet First Support
As construction continues on the future South Shoreline light rail station, the City of Shoreline is seeking funding to construct a non-motorized crossing of I-5 at NE 148th. Feet First
Make your voice heard on the Seattle Transportation Plan Update!
Do you live, work, or visit the city of Seattle? If so, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) wants to hear from you. SDOT is currently in the process of
Take the Week Without Driving Challenge: September 19-25!
What if you couldn’t drive? What if taking the bus, riding a bike, walking, or asking for rides weren’t a choice you could make, but a necessity? What would it
The Cooper Jones Active Transportation Safety Council 2021 Annual Report
By George Watland, Board Member, Feet First The newly-released 2021 Annual Report from the Cooper Jones Active Transportation Safety Council (ATSC) contains some worrisome findings. According to this report, fatalities
Feet First is Hiring!
Please pass this job announcement to anyone you think would be interested and qualified! Feet First is Washington’s only nonprofit exclusively focused on pedestrian issues and advocacy. We are partnering
How to Be Nominated by Feet First for 2021 TIB Funding
Feet First is proud to be a nominating agency for the 2021 Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) funding. Based on answers to our nominating questions, Feet First will nominate candidate local
Walking in Kent, May 2021
Feet First’s Neighborhood Walking Ambassadors in Kent have been out enjoying the outdoors this month! Pictures here come from Morrill Meadows Park and Three Friends Fishing Hole, and the Green
Jane’s Walk 2021: “On Your Walk” Bingo
Jane’s Walk virtual version is back! But in a new form: while in-person group walks are suspended again for 2021, you can still participate in what makes urban walking great
Fake Your Commute
Can a daily commute actually be good for us? COVID-19 has many of us stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t “commute” anyways. Before COVID-19 hit, commuting to
Standing Up For Active Transportation Funding
Feet First and some of our Statewide Action Network partners submitted this to the Washington House and Senate Transportation Committee members. We invite all our friends and supporters to contact
March 2021 Recommended Feet First Walk of the Month
As we move into SPRING in March, Feet First suggests this walk in Kent. You can enjoy this walk any day you wish to go, in your own time. This