An Interconnected City
In Seattle, we live in quirky, single-family neighborhoods and dense urban villages. We work in industrial centers, commercial districts and retail cores throughout the city and the region. We may travel by car, but more often by foot and bike, bus and rail. In Seattle, we need a coherent transportation network, rather than a patchwork of plans.
This is why my administration is committed to developing a comprehensive, multi-modal transportation strategy for Seattle. We will integrate and prioritize our pedestrian, bicycle, transit and freight plans; staying true to the goals of each while recognizing they must work together as a system.