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Objectives and Strategies

An in-depth review of City of Seattle policies and practices related to the pedestrian environment and experience informed the development of the plan’s objectives and strategies.

Each of the following objectives helps to achieve one or more of the plan goals of safety, equity, vibrancy, and health. Information about the strategies and specific actions that support these objectives is available in Objectives and Strategies.

Objective 1: Complete and maintain the pedestrian system identified in the Pedestrian Master Plan

Objective 2: Improve walkability on all streets

Objective 3: Increase pedestrian safety

Objective 4: Plan, design, and build complete streets to move more people and goods

Objective 5: Create vibrant public spaces that encourage walking

Objective 6: Get more people walking for transportation, recreation, and health




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