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State of the Pedestrian Environment Report

The State of the Pedestrian Environment Report provides an overview of existing opportunities and constraints to walking along and across roadways in Seattle. Walking conditions in Seattle are constantly changing, and this report provides a snapshot from spring 2008. It is intended to be a brief synopsis that focuses on general themes and consistent issues as observed throughout the city by the project team. Use the links in the sidebar to the left to navigate through the State of the Pedestrian Environment Report.

Walking Environment Images - bus stops, sidewalks, crosswalks, etc.

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