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SDOT Open House & Discussion for North Delridge Greenways

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Date(s) - 15 Nov 2012 until 17 Nov 2012
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

Please join representatives from the Seattle Department of Transportation to discuss potential transportation safety improvements for the North Delridge neighborhood. Seattle is creating a network of streets that are safer and more family-friendly for people biking or walking. The North Delridge Neighborhood Greenway project continues progress towards creating better pedestrian and bicycle connections in Southwest Seattle. The Greenway will provide access to community centers, parks, homes, and businesses with low-stress streets for people of all ages and abilities.

Neighborhood Greenways typically are created to:

  • Reduce speeds on residential streets,
  • Minimize cut-through traffic on residential streets,
  • Improve crossings of busy streets for pedestrians and bicycle riders of all ages and abilities, and
  • Provide safer and more convenient access to community centers, parks, and local businesses.

The Seattle Department of Transportation has scheduled two public meetings to discuss the project with your neighbors.

At the first meeting, City staff will provide an overview of neighborhood greenways, review existing traffic conditions, and hear from you. Join us to share your thoughts and experiences:

  • What is it like to walk and bike in North Delridge?
  • Where is it most challenging to walk and bike?
  • Where do people want to walk and bike?
  • What should be the goals of a Delridge Neighborhood Greenway?

At the second meeting, City staff will present recommendations on specific improvements, invite comments, and describe next steps.

First Meeting


  • Wednesday, November 14
  • Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
  • 4408 Delridge Way SW
  • 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 pm
  • Presentation at 6:45 pm

Second Meeting


  • Tuesday, January 15
  • Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
  • 4408 Delridge Way SW
  • 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 pm
  • Presentation at 6:45 pm

To find out more visit:www.seattle.gov/transportation/DelridgeGreenway.htm.

Funding for this project is being provided by the City of Seattle.

To get email project updates and meeting reminders, email walkandbike@seattle.gov with the subject line: “Delridge Greenway Email List”. For questions about the public meetings, please contact John Vander Sluis at 206-684-7583 or walkandbike@seattle.gov.

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