Link to Transportation Home Page Link to Transportation Home Page Link to Transportation About Us Page Link to Transportation Contact Us Page
Delivering a first-rate transportation system for Seattle Scott Kubly, Director

Services 

Projects 

Planning 

Resources 

Events

News

Site Index


Home
Summary
Vision & Goals
Plan Background
State of Pedestrian Environment
Planning Process
Policy and Program Recommendations
Project Recommendations
Becoming the Most Walkable City
Pedestrian Toolbox
- Common Pedestrian Issues
Performance Monitoring and Stewardship
Library
Frequently Asked Questions
Search the Plan
Contact Us
Disclaimer

Neighborhood Plans

Typically, neighborhood plans focus on local street conditions and the arterial streets that impact neighborhood livability. Therefore, pedestrian safety and comfort become major themes of the neighborhood plan with a strong emphasis on traffic calming, the need for better or new sidewalks, and pedestrian linkages to important destinations such as neighborhood schools, nearby urban villages, and transit stations. Click here for more information.

Station-Area Plans
Station-area plans aim to bring people to and from transit stations by foot, bike, or transit. Therefore, these plans emphasize high-quality pedestrian facilities such as wide sidewalks and attractive street furniture such as benches, lush landscaping, and pedestrian-scale street lighting. Station locations are seen as community gathering places that support a range of pedestrian and street-related activities, such as performance venues and food kiosks. Click here for more information.

Home | About Us | Contact Us | Site Index | News | FAQs | E-Mail Alerts