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Creating Transit-Priority Streets, and Riders, in South Lake Union

Learn about Seattle’s recent project to improve transit speed and reliability in the fast-growing South Lake Union neighborhood, and the related efforts to spread the word about transit service to the area’s burgeoning workforce. A series of relatively low-cost changes to the street made it possible to double the number of people using transit along Westlake Avenue, without widening the road. You’ll also learn about the work Seattle did with local employers to get the word out about the coming improvements to transit service, and to encourage people to start commuting by bus and streetcar.

Commute Seattle  This WalkShop is supported by Commute Seattle.