New Pedestrian Master Plan hits the ground running (walking)

The mayor’s office just announced the draft Pedestrian Master Plan is officially available online — see it here. It includes various West Seattle projects such as the Alki Point sidewalk extension that’s being built right now, plus facts and figures (numbers on this page include: 2,256 miles of sidewalks in Seattle) and maps you can use to see how West Seattle stacks up (here’s the “potential pedestrian demand” map). You can give the city your comments (here’s how) through June 15, and a public hearing is planned June 21, before council action later in the year.

2 Replies to "New Pedestrian Master Plan hits the ground running (walking)"

  • Alvis May 7, 2009 (8:48 pm)

    That “potential pedestrian demand” map, as the city’s now calling it, is actually just a map of all urban villages (areas with neighborhood plans) around town. It’s got to be at least eight or nine years old.

  • WSB May 7, 2009 (8:50 pm)


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