Can you leave your car at home for day-to-day errands?
Do safety concerns make you think twice about bicycling or walking?
Are transit options working for your commute?
What would make it easier for you to get around car-free more days of the week?
When it comes to getting around easily without a car, the City of Seattle wants to know what is – and what isn’t – working for you. The Bicycle (2007) and Pedestrian (2009) Master Plans help guide the city’s improvements for biking and walking, and Mayor Mike McGinn is currently updating the Transit Master Plan.
Join us to learn more about these plans and talk with representatives from the Department of Transportation about where you think there is the most trouble – and the most potential – for transit, pedestrian and bicycle enhancements.
Date: Tuesday, June 29th
Place: REI (222 Yale Avenue North – served by Metro buses 8, 25, 66)