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Performance Measures

The Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan goals are long-term outcomes toward which programs and activities are directed. Goals are the launching point for performance measures and answer the question, “What is the plan designed to do?”

A performance measure is a specific target that should be achieved through the plan. Performance measures answer the question, “How will the plan’s successes be measured?” Performance measures provide guidance for implementation of the plan and determine the progress made towards meeting the plan’s goals of safety, equity, vibrancy, and health.

 

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