The 6th Ave NW safety corridor that had been prioritized for safety improvements next year is now on hold for the foreseeable future -- unless you act now!
Who: Anyone who lives, works, or travels near 6th Ave NW and wants their street to be safer
What: Send email to Mike.Obrien@Seattle.gov and/or make a public comment at a meeting of the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board (SBAB) on Feb 1 at 6PM.
- Families and elders already use 6th Ave NW as a quiet, convenient street to walk through the West Woodland neighborhood
- There is lots of fast cut-through traffic on and across 6th Ave NW. With just a small investment, an important neighborhood street will be safe for all ages
- SDOT needs put 6th Ave NW back on the schedule to make it safer for our children and elders
- 6th Ave NW is an important safe routes to school connector for Pacific Crest Elementary, West Woodland Elementary, Greenwood Elementary and St. John's Elementary
For more info on the Seattle Neighborhood Greenways campaign for 6th Ave NW, click here.