Seattle Children’s hosting NE Seattle Livable Streets Open House Saturday

As part of Seattle Children’s expansion in NE Seattle, the medical center is investing $4 million in transportation projects in the neighborhood. And livable, safe streets is central to their plan, which means modern family-friendly biking and walking facilities.

One big project to come from the investment is a neighborhood greenway on 39th Ave NE from the Burke-Gilman Trail to NE 75th St. They will also install a two-way cycle track along their campus frontage on Sand Point Way.

Learn more about these and other planned projects at their Livable Streets Open House Saturday from 10 – 2 p.m. on UW campus.

Info from Seattle Children’s:

The Seattle Children’s Livable Streets Initiative

Seattle Children’s has committed to spend nearly $4 million on transportation improvements in NE Seattle as part of our Major Institution Master Plan. We need you to help envision potential projects including:

  • Bike and Pedestrian safety improvements, including NE Seattle’s first Greenway
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems that use technology to give drivers more information
  • Corridor improvements to increase safety for all users

Come Participate in the Livable Streets Open House

People of all ages are invited to participate in the open house & several activities just for kids will be provided, including:

  • Free bike helmets with complimentary fitting
  • Bicycle safety and fun workshop
  • Free kids bike safety inspections

Saturday, June 23, 2012
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Gould Hall

University of Washington
3949 15th Ave NE
224 Gould Hall
Seattle, WA 98195

Click here for a map and directions

RSVP[email protected]

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