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Denny Triangle Green Streets

A Green Street is a designation that can influence future private development on that street to be more pedestrianfriendly. Green Streets are designed to emphasize the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users, providing improved access to a variety of destinations. There are four different Green Street designations, varying in the extent of restrictions they place on vehicular traffic. Green Streets (formerly called Street Parks) have been designated through the Downtown and Northgate Plans. Seattle residents can work with neighborhood planning project managers to propose Green Street designations.

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