Complete the 35th Ave NE safety project now!

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Paul Litwin
3 years ago
The safety of our children and others is paramount. And the community needs to come together to fix this issue.

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Cynthia Slate
3 years ago
Climate resilient means all projects moving forward need to lead to fully-connected-Bike-infrastructure. #SeaBikeHighway

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Barbara Phinney
3 years ago
City government must start to seriously prioritize the safety of people walking and biking in Seattle,. Just getting to public transit can be too frightening and dangerous for most people, because vehicles both parked and moving rule in Seattle. The fossil fuel era is ending, climate breakdown is upon us, reorganizing for people over vehicles only makes sense.

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lee colleton
3 years ago
How many children will grow up without a parent because our mayor won't stand up to the bullies of motordom?

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William Gerdes
3 years ago
I believe we can have a safer, kinder, climate forward, business friendly Seattle if we make the choice to.

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Caleb Heeringa
3 years ago
Making it easier and safer to bike in Seattle is one of the best things we can do to reduce climate pollution from the transportation sector.

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Mark Foltz
3 years ago
I bike with my 8yo son to the Chess club at Wedgewood public library. Bicycle facilities would let me do that more safely. As it is now I cannot travel safely on 35th and visit the businesses there.

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Glen Buhlmann
3 years ago
The mayor’s mediation efforts w the Save 35th group clearly showed her that:
1. Their claim that they were opposing the project because of loss of car parking was a lie since they agreed with the alternate plan that removed exactly the same parking spaces
2. Their real goal is to just not have bike lanes in “their” neighborhood.
3. They are clearly not negotiating in good faith so trying to please them based on what they say they want is just an effort in futility.
4. The neighborhood really does want 35th to be made safe and this group fighting those safety plans do not represent the neighborhood.

Don’t let a small group of wealthy people make you abandon long-held and unanimously passed city policy.

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Christopher Stefan
3 years ago
Seattle needs to prioritize pedestrians, cycling, and transit over cars.

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Hugh Geenen
3 years ago
"Local control" cannot come at the expense of regional safety or climate change goals. This is an incredibly poor precedent that empowers people for the very smallest of reasons. Please overturn!