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We've reached 100 supporters! If you haven't signed it yet, go here to ban the beg button and #GivePedstheGreen change.org/p/scott-kubly-…

@FEETFIRST_WA endorse this change to remove beg buttons and make for a more comfortable walking environment in Seattle #GivePedstheGreen twitter.com/UrbanistOrg/st…

Hey @SeaTransitBlog, getting to the bus or train often requires crossing the street; we'd love your endorsement to #GivePedstheGreen twitter.com/UrbanistOrg/st…

#GivePedsTheGreen petitions SDOT to program traffic lights so they stop skipping walk… seattlebikeblog.com/2017/03/23/giv… Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

There are few sidewalks in Seattle where two people with umbrellas can easily pass. Good thing it never rains here. Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

Everything You Always Wanted To Know About The Pedestrian Master Plan Tonight. Tues 1/24 Queen Anne Community Center 6:30PM twitter.com/QAGreenways/st… Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

Take this survey on Seattle stairways to influence SDOT's stairway improvement projects: surveymonkey.com/r/seattlestair…

Good news for riders of the 8 bus and for the Worst Intersection in Seattle. twitter.com/genebalk/statu…

Putting People First. This is our theory of change. Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

test Twitter Media - RT @FEETFIRST_WA: Putting People First. This is our theory of change. https://t.co/i5EUIj7qO9

Sidewalk closed, Stewart between 2nd & 3rd. What happened to the #DirectorsRule, @seattledot? #SideBlocked Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

SDOT will have an open house tonight to share designs for repaving projects in Northeast Seattle: seattlegreenways.org/blog/2016/10/1… Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

Tell @seattledot "repaving is a great time to improve safety for all" Add bike lanes, better sidewalks. Mon Oct 17 Roosevelt HS 5:30-7:30P Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

>We just voted to support two budget priorities for @SeattleCouncil: 1) Increased funding for Vision Zero, 2) Sidewalk condition assessment Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

APPROVED: Unmarked arterial Speed Limits to go from 30 to 25, non-arterial from 25 to 20. Regs now mirror every other city in King County Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

Here's how @seattledot is using data to inform and advance Vision Zero solutions: theurbanist.org/2016/09/19/usi… Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

Melrose is getting its first streatery... one more step toward full #melrosepromenade status! Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

test Twitter Media - RT @UrbanistOrg: Melrose is getting its first streatery... one more step toward full #melrosepromenade status! https://t.co/AB7SkeTidp

New post: Did you know: Not all crosswalks are marked bit.ly/2cgES7B Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

@seattledot at Northgate i5 onramps specifically twitter.com/charles_b_stb/… Retweeted by Walking in Seattle

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