Crosswalk Construction

The dangerous intersection at 130th and Aurora is in the middle of a crosswalk make-over: from hazardous to helpful! The problem has existed since original construction in 1954.  It wasn’t

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Weekly Walk Around the News

Feet First’s look at pedestrian news for the week of June 10, 2011. Weekly Walk Around the News Posted by Derrick Van Kirk June 10, 2011 Local Are the days of signs

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Weekly Walk Around the News

Feet First’s look at pedestrian news for the week of June 3, 2011 Weekly Walk Around the News  Posted by Derrick Van KirkJune 3, 2011    Local Only seven percent of

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Weekly Walk Around the News

Feet First’s look at pedestrian news for the week of May 27, 2011. Weekly Walk Around the News  Posted by Derrick Van Kirk May 27, 2011 Local Although this was mentioned last

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The Dangers of Walking

“Dangerous by Design” has just released its 2nd study on the perils pedestrians face simply by being pedestrians. We’re familiar with the benefits of walking.  On a personal level, it

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Transportation transformation

Thanks to The Regence Foundation, Feet First is now able to fund many walking programs in southeast Seattle! The Regence foundation has just awarded Feet First a comparably large grant! 

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Walk & Talk: Capitol Hill

Feet First’s quarterly Walk & Talk, this time around Capitol Hill, will be held today! Get involved in your community and a gentle work-out! Seattle City Councilmember Sally Clark, Sound

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Weekly Walk Around the News

Feet First’s look at pedestrian news for the week of May 20, 2011. Weekly Walk Around the News Posted by Derrick Van Kirk May 20, 2011 Local Landscape architect James Corner of

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The downside of sidewalks

While more sidewalks tends to correlate to less car trips, it also can add to the toxins and pollutants found in drinking water from storm water runoff. Fortunately, solutions are

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