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Taking Action to Reduce Climate-Changing Pollution
- Bridging the Gap - A nine year, $365 million transportation levy to decrease maintenance backlog, keep four major projects moving forward and invest in transit service, bike trails, and sidewalks.
- Pedestrian Program - Walking is the oldest and most efficient, affordable, and environmentally-friendly form of transportation.
- Pedestrian Master Plan - SDOT is drafting a Pedestrian Master Plan to encourage walking and minimize the number and severity of crashes.
- Bicycle Program - A program establishing a bicycle network linking neighborhoods and activity centers, as well as providing connections with recreational and natural areas.
- Bicycle Master Plan - A plan that prioritizes projects, emphasizes safety and helps us meet our goal of tripling the amount of bicycling in Seattle over the next decade.
- Center City Parking Program - Strategies for accommodating off-street short-term parking that is easy to use, and encourages visitors and shoppers to come Downtown while freeing up on-street space to move people.
- Seattle Streetcar Network Concept - Now that the South Lake Union Streetcar is up and running, other corridors are being considered for possible routes to create a streetcar network.
- RapidRide - SDOT is making signal and road investments on the Ballard, West Seattle and Aurora corridors to support bus rapid service.
- Sound Transit Link Light Rail - By 2009, light rail will operate from Downtown Seattle to Sea-Tac Airport and an extension to the University of Washington and ultimately Northgate being built.
- Seattle Transit Connections - A master plan guiding transit investment based on land use. Our goal is to have bus service at least every 15 minutes, 18 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Urban Forestry - Learn more about the Urban Forest Management Plan and our goal to increase Seattle’s tree canopy cover by two-thirds over the next 30 years.
- In Motion - Save money, be part of the transportation solution and reduce stress! Help our City reduce one million miles of car trips.
- One Less Car Challenge - Reap the benefits of getting out of your car and explore other healthy travel choices today.
- Commute Seattle - Support programs ensuring an accessible and economically competitive Center City by working toward the goal of a six percent decrease in commuters driving alone by 2015.
SDOT is building a sustainable transportation system - find out more!