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Can Seattle end traffic violence by 2030?

Sandhya Khadka dreamed big. She believed in equality, especially equality for women, and she was dedicated to do something about it. “There are people you remember for long after they are gone. Sandhya was one of those,” said family friend … Continue reading

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City launches ‘Neighbors for Road Safety’ project, seeks leaders

The Mayor’s Office today announced a new program aimed at helping residents organize and stay informed about road safety issues in areas where you live and work. Neighbors for Road Safety (sign up here) is part of the Road Safety … Continue reading

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Is safety really Seattle’s #1 transportation priority?

Just about all the transportation news since the city announced the Road Safety Action Plan has made me question whether safety really is the city’s top transportation priority. Here’s what happened: The city held a press conference in South Lake … Continue reading

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City releases plan for zero traffic deaths

Traffic deaths are preventable. We have the tools and resources to make them stop. All we need is the will to make it happen. The city concluded nearly a year of outreach and work to create its first Road Safety … Continue reading

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Seattle’s first Road Safety Action Plan launches Wednesday at Denny/Westlake

The city is ready to launch its Road Safety Action Plan, the product of last year’s Road Safety Summit and the work of a committee of advocates and city representatives. It will be unveiled at noon Wednesday at the corner … Continue reading

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