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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   SDOT is planning to reconfigure 23rd Ave with a budget of $45 million. The project is said to be guided by

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis       Local   More than 300 participants joined 18 unique walks across Bellevue, Burien, and Seattle for the Second Annual Stairway Walks Day.

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

  Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   Seattle’s Delridge Neighborhood Greenway is now officially open. This 1.5 mile route follows 26th Avenue SW, starting at SW Andover Street and

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Weekly Walk Around the News

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   The Snohomish County Centennial Trail launched an impressive new website that highlights the trail’s history. The twenty-nine mile trail runs

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Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   Olympic Hills Elementary School families make Seattle’s Lake City neighborhood safer by installing pedestrian safety flags and buckets at the

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Weekly Walk Around the News

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis Local A 69-year-old man was killed after being struck by a car on Sunday night at 35th Avenue SW and SW Graham Street in West Seattle.

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  Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   The Puget Sound Regional Council approved nearly 17 million for thirteen bike and pedestrian projects including Tacoma’s Prairie Line Trail

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  Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   Lake City neighbors and Lake City Greenways participated in Crosswalk Action on Tuesday night to remind drivers to stop for pedestrians. Crosswalk

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local The Seattle School District has proposed removing families at 67% of Beacon Hill neighborhood schools from their district-designated walk zones and bussing them to

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local Many Seattle elementary students at 30 schools now have safer and improved walking routes through the Safe Routes to School Program. This program works

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