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Goals

To make Seattle the most walkable city in the nation, the Pedestrian Master Plan strives to meet four goals:

    "My vision is being able to walk to something in every neighborhood."

    - Seattle resident
  • Safety: Reduce the number and severity of crashes involving pedestrians
  • Equity: Make Seattle a more walkable city for all through equity in public engagement, service delivery, accessibility, and capital investments
  • Vibrancy: Develop a pedestrian environment that sustains healthy communities and supports a vibrant economy
  • Health: Raise awareness of the important role of walking in promoting health and preventing disease




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