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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local Next Tuesday, September 24, SDOT and King County Metro will host an open house from 3:00 – 6:00pm to discuss the new streetscape vision

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local The Rail-Volution conference will take place in Seattle this year from October 20-23. The conference, which focuses on thoughtful discussions about building livable communities with

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local A recent proposal in Seattle called the Road Safety Initiative would use money from speed-enforcement cameras to increase pedestrian safety.  The initiative would increase

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local SDOT is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on elements of the proposed Waterfront Seattle project including Alaskan Way, the pedestrian promenade, and the

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local Pierce Transit recently signed an agreement to use all renewable natural gas produced at nearby Cedar Hills Regional Landfill.   New signs have been

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local Applications are now being accepted for Park(ing) Day 2013. Help to create a walkable, healthy city on Friday, September 20, when anyone can convert

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local Community Transit plans to purchase 17 new double decker buses for its daily commuter routes to Seattle from Snohomish. This addition will bring the

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local Bell Street Park in Belltown is now open to pedestrians, after completion of the first block of the Bell Street Park project.  The park,

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local The Seattle Department of Transportation will be testing parklets in Belltown, Capitol Hill, and the International District. Each parklet will include seating areas, tables,

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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local The City of Seattle announced four potential proposals to increase safety on Northeast 75th Street. The proposals include different features to reduce speeds, but

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