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Summary

This summary provides a snapshot of the information contained in Seattle’s Pedestrian Master Plan. The summary will walk you through the key sections of the plan and make it easy for you to find additional information that you want or need. The contents of the summary include:

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Mission
Goals
Walking in Seattle Today
        Elements of a Walkable Street
        Where People Walk
Making Seattle the Most Walkable City
        Objectives and Strategies
        Toolbox
        Analysis
        Investment
        Building the System
        Performance Measures
Letters of Support and Commitment
Conclusion

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