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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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More details on the city’s upcoming Road Safety Summit

The mayor’s office has released more details about the upcoming Road Safety Summit. The first forum will be at 6 p.m. October 24 in the Bertha K. Landes room at City Hall. From the mayor’s office: Please join us for … Continue reading

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Mayor announces date of first road safety summit meeting

The first of three Road Safety Summit meetings will be October 24, Mayor Mike McGinn announced on his blog. The Summit was called after Robert Townsend became the third person killed while biking in Seattle this summer. “It’s time to … Continue reading

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Mayor McGinn calls for road safety summit

Mayor Mike McGinn has called for “a summit of community leaders, experts and elected officials to determine how best we can encourage an attitude of responsibility and empathy on the roads, and make it safer for all users.” In a … Continue reading

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