Announced Friday, Feet First’s Statewide Advocacy Network director Mike McGinn will be the new director of America Walks. The Feet First board congratulates Mike McGinn on the new position and
Feet First’s Neighborhood Walking Ambassador Chris Ensor host socially-distanced group walk in Kent for people to enjoy the outdoor safely during the pandemic.
Feet First is a statewide organization that promotes walkable communities in Washington. In the last few weeks we have seen again and again that our black neighbors are denied the
The Northgate Bike and Pedestrian Bridge which will connect the future Northgate Link light rail station and North Seattle College (NSC) passed a major milestone as construction officially began at
If you’ve ever walked or rolled on Rainier Avenue in Seattle near the I-90 ramps, you know how terrifying it can be. Cars enter and exit the ramps at high
Feet First believes in walkable places to improve our quality of life – communities with safe walking conditions, nearby jobs, stores, services, parks and gathering places, all connected to each
In the next few weeks, the Seattle City Council has the chance to fix a mistake and make our streets safer. Last year the City Council zeroed out the 20%
The City of Shoreline’s proposed pedestrian improvements around the future 145th and 185th light rail stations are the most ambitious plans of any City in the Sound Transit area. From