Do you believe in a better, more sustainable future for transportation in Seattle?
We stand as a community facing significant choices about our city’s streets and neighborhoods that will affect our future economically, environmentally, socially, and aesthetically. After decades of ever increasing automobile use, we now squarely confront the consequences of our past choices, and the promise of an entirely different approach.
The goal of Streets for People is to transition our streets away from an auto-centric approach to one that treats streets as public places, and prioritizes them for walking, biking and transit.
Together with our partners the Sierra Club Cascade Chapter, Cascade Bicycle Club and Feet First, in 2010 we launched Streets for All to make Seattle the most walkable, bikeable and transit-friendly city in America. This coalition helped move the dialogue forward, but there is more work to be done. Join us!