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November 18, 1:15 PM click here to comment > 1

Don’t miss our final input session for the Road Safety Summit

Mayor Mike McGinn and members of the Seattle City Council have convened a Road Safety Summit to listen to what the public has to say about safety on Seattle roads. The Road Safety Summit’s goal is to create a shared citywide commitment to safety on our streets and develop concrete next steps for safer streets for all.

Please join us:

Monday, November 21st, 6-8 pm

Southwest Community Center, 2801 SW Thistle St, Seattle, WA 98126


Can’t come on Monday? By the end of the day on November 23rd, go online to provide your thoughts and ideas on how to improve safety on Seattle streets. You will be asked to review traffic safety data and then give your answers to these three questions:

1. What do you think are the highest priority safety problems to solve on Seattle roads?

2. What do you think are the most important things to do to make Seattle roads safer?

3. We often talk about what government can do to promote safety. What are the ways that groups and individuals can promote safety?

These forums consist of a short presentation of background data and then discussions about these three questions in smaller groups. You can submit your comments at the end of the discussion period.

There is also one more Road Safety Summit meeting after the public forum:

Monday, December 12th in the Bertha Knight Landes room at Seattle City Hall (600 4th Ave, Seattle WA 98104)

This final meeting will be an opportunity to hear what the next steps are for Road Safety in Seattle.

Questions? Visit our site.

Posted by: Words: April Thomas, Pictures: Jen Nance


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