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Advisory Groups

Advisory groups are a key tool in developing plans that will ultimately reflect the needs of all community members; they incubate stakeholder investment and mobilize community support.

The Pedestrian Master Plan Advisory Group (PMPAG) is a committee of key stakeholders established by City Council resolution. The PMPAG has 25 members, elected co-chairs, and a steering committee. Members represent the Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board (SPAB), neighborhood organizations, regional bodies, the public health community, seniors, public schools, pedestrian advocacy groups, safe-driving organizations, and people with disabilities. PMPAG members were selected because they bring important perspectives on pedestrian issues to the table. Members share views on pedestrian issues through subcommittees, stakeholder roundtables, and interviews. Many advisory group members work closely with the organizations they represent to solicit input on the Pedestrian Master Plan process. The PMPAG is staffed by SDOT and meets monthly to review and comment on the project.

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