‘Walk, Bike, Ride’ meetings begin – West Seattle has one June 14

“What needs to change in your neighborhood in order to make walking, biking, and riding transit easy?” WSB’ers have a LOT of answers to that one – so we want to be sure you’d heard about your next chance to speak out. The city’s “Walk, Bike, Ride” initiative has just started a series of community gatherings – kicking off with the Health/Equity/Transportation Forum you can watch in the window above – and one meeting is coming up in West Seattle – 6 pm June 14th at Delridge Community Center. The meeting invite promises that you’ll “receive information on what types of projects are possible, and fill out a ‘ballot’ that will help the city prioritize these types of transportation projects.”

1 Reply to "'Walk, Bike, Ride' meetings begin - West Seattle has one June 14"

  • Jim&Joyce Cavanaugh May 29, 2010 (8:06 pm)

    We’re giving up. High speed car traffic talking on their cell phones have made bike riding, (We’re old bike for exercise folks) extremely hazardous. We’re restricting our bike riding because of poor drivers – brushing our elbows as they go “around” at more than 150% of speed limit. Most are women, simultaneously talking on cell phones. Getting them off the road would be wonderful. We’re not aggressive in-your -face riders. Beach Drive and Faulteroy are the worst.

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