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Toolbox

The Pedestrian Master Plan includes a Toolbox of strategies to achieve the plan’s vision of Seattle as a walking city and to meet the goals of safety, equity, vibrancy, and health. These tools have been used successfully locally and in other cities to promote walkability. The toolbox is an online resource that can be used by City staff, partner agencies, developers, and the public to inform projects, programs, policies, and other matters related to the pedestrian environment and experience. The tools were developed in response to common pedestrian issues identified during discussions with Seattle residents, the Pedestrian Master Plan Advisory Group, and the Inter-Agency Team of city and agency staff. The toolbox covers seven subjects related to walkability:

Enforcement
Education
Encouragement
Design, Engineering, and Accessibility
Planning, Land Use, and Zoning
Equity, Health, and the Environment
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