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Transportation Strategic Plan

The Transportation Strategic Plan (TSP) assumes that Seattle must make the best use of existing streets. (Currently, Seattle is not considering any major roadway expansion except for regional facilities such as the Alaskan Way Viaduct). The TSP is a roadmap outlining how SDOT will accomplish its primary goal of developing and maintaining a safe, reliable, and efficient transportation system for all users. Much of the TSP describes tangible actions to be undertaken by SDOT that promote walking as a recreational and commuting choice; reduce auto dependency; curtail carbon emissions; and support compact land uses. An update of the TSP is underway and will be completed in early 2010. Click here to link to Seattles Transportation Strategic Plan.

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