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Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan Technical Update

04/21/2016

We are working hard to prepare the public review draft of the updated Pedestrian Master Plan! The schedule below shows our upcoming milestones, and when we anticipate meeting them.

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02/04/2016

Thank you for your input! We received over 4,500 Pedestrian Master Plan survey responses. Please follow the links below to see the report.

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The Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan (PMP) is a long-term action plan to make Seattle the most walkable city in the nation. The plan establishes the policies, programs, design criteria, and projects that will further enhance pedestrian safety, comfort, and access in all of Seattle’s neighborhoods. SDOT is currently conducting a technical update of the PMP, but the existing plan can be found here until the updated plan is adopted by City Council. Council adoption is anticipated in early 2016.

The PMP Technical Update includes updating the data used in the prioritization process, revising the toolbox of strategies, establishing performance targets, and developing a five-year implementation plan. The updated plan will help Seattle continue to be a national leader in making the city more walkable.

The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board (SPAB) is tasked to act as the primary advisory committee for the 2015 PMP Technical Update. SPAB meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month, are open to the public, and include opportunities to comment on topics concerning the Plan update and pedestrian issues in general. The PMP Technical Update team will meet with the SPAB throughout the course of the project, and the presentations given to the SPAB are shared below. Additional information on SPAB meeting dates, agendas, and minutes can be found here

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Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board (SPAB) Briefings

Presentations given to the SPAB are posted below.

PMP Technical Update Deliverables

As work on the PMP Technical Update moves forward, final reports and other documents will be posted here.

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