West Seattle Transportation Committee to talk 35th SW & more on Thursday

As September continues, so does the new season of community meetings – and the next group to resume its schedule is the West Seattle Transportation Coalition. The WSTC just announced what’s on its agenda this Thursday:

The West Seattle Transportation Coalition hopes you are refreshed after summer and ready to get back to work! Our first meeting after summer recess is this Thursday, September 22nd at 6:30 p.m. We meet at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center.

Esteemed guests who will be joining us include Jim Curtin from SDOT to talk about the 35th Ave SW project and Angela Brady from the Office Of The Waterfront for a general talk about the post-Viaduct world. And undoubtedly we will also discuss ST3 and WSTC’s role (if any) in the initiative process.

We hope you can join us for what should be a fascinating meeting!

(It’s been a month and a half since the unveiling of options for Phase 2 of the 35th SW Corridor Safety Project – but the final plan hasn’t come out yet.) The meeting site is at 6400 Sylvan Way.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Transportation Committee to talk 35th SW & more on Thursday"

  • OP September 21, 2016 (3:34 pm)

    In spite of heavy opposition to Phase 2, SDOT will go ahead and do what it wants. What is the friggin’ point. #furious@35threchannelization

  • Jon Wright September 21, 2016 (8:17 pm)

    The challenge with an issue like this is that while there are a lot of folks opposed to reconfiguring 35TH, there are also a lot of people in favor of the proposed changes, and many people with strong feelings view it as a zero-sum game. A local example of the way politics in general have become so polarized. Regardless what ultimately gets implemented, I don’t envy SDOT being stuck in the middle of it all.

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