Streets For All Seattle
Everything is in place. Our citizens are united. Our representatives share our values. And we have the capacity to become the most walkable, bikable and transit-friendly city in America. Now we just need to step up and do it.
I support the goal of making walking, bicycling and transit the easiest means of transportation in Seattle and the coalition’s effort to raise $30 million in new dedicated annual revenue to stave off cuts in bus service, double the city’s commitment to the underfunded Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plans, and build critical elements of Seattle’s transportation infrastructure.
|Number||Date||Name||Why do you support Streets ...|
|8||Tue Jun 01 15:03:54 EDT 2010||Paula Jenson|
|7||Tue Jun 01 00:38:58 EDT 2010||Hector Rovira||Seattle is a model for the entire country. We are already showing our leadership thru our recycling and composting programs; our strong communities and neighborhoods; and our bike and transit culture. More....|
|6||Sun May 30 09:32:11 EDT 2010||Wytold Lebing||Seattle needs to come up with alternatives to automobile transportation. Improved mass transit, more bicycling, and easier pedestrian travel is a better alternative.|
|5||Sat May 29 11:02:48 EDT 2010||Michael G Juguilon||My family walk and ride bicycle as much as we can. I commute to work by bike five days a week.|
|4||Fri May 28 19:07:49 EDT 2010||Mark Tice||I commute to work daily and and there are not enough bike lanes and signs big enough to make motorists more aware|
|3||Fri May 28 18:49:35 EDT 2010||Jean Amick||We must encourage walking in 21st century and adults and kids need to feel safe when walking.|
|2||Fri May 28 18:34:35 EDT 2010||Anonymous||I've been living Car Free since 2008. Going Car Free has improved my health and increased my connectedness to my local community. I fervently support the creation of Car Free Pathways to connect our More....|
|1||Mon Apr 26 17:37:21 EDT 2010||Chris Rule|