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Seattle Neighborhood Greenways Now

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The Seattle Neighborhood Greenway Coalition supports: 

1. Dedicated funding for Greenways from multiple City departments and private sources
2. Finding funding to build at least 4 miles of Greenways in 2012 
3. A public involvement plan to improve communication between the Seattle Department of Transportation and the public. 
4. A city-wide Greenway plan 
5. A toolbox of traffic calming ideas and standards (and support for SDOT professional development).

Read the complete Oct 18 2011 letter of support to Seattle Mayor and City Council at 

**When you sign the letter below, please indicate your NEIGHBORHOOD and/or ORGANIZATION thanks!**

 *Founding Supporters of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways* Alice Doyel, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. Andrew Sheridan, Wallingford Greenways Anne Fote, Wallingford Greenways Anne Gantt, University Greenways Barbara Gordon, Eastlake Greenways Ben Rainbow, Ballard Greenways Bob Edmiston, Madison Park Greenways Brian Allen, Sustainable West Seattle Cate White, Sustainable West Seattle Cathy Tuttle, Wallingford Greenways Cheryl dos Remedios, aLIVe (a Low Impact Vehicle exploration) Cheryl Kerfeld, Wallingford Greenways Chris Saleeba, Ballard Greenways Christina Hahs, Sustainable West Seattle Christine Cole, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. Christine Hanna & Pete Pitcher, a family in Ballard Christopher Hoffman, Capitol Hill Greenways Colin Dietrich, Ballard Greenways Curtis LaPierre, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. David Notkin, Wallingford Greenways Dawn Hemminger, East Ballard Community Association Derik Andreoli, North Capitol Hill Dylan Ahearn, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. East Ballard Community Association Eli Goldberg, University Greenways 
Emma Notkin, Wallingford Greenways 
Eric J Helgeson, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. Frederica Merrell, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. Gene Homicki, Sustainable West Seattle Jalair Box, Ballard Greenways Jennifer Litowski, Ballard Greenways Jessica Szelag, Greenwood Greenways Julia Field, Julian Davies, MD, Totcycle & Kidical Mass Seattle Karen Stocker, Lake City Greenways Kat Marriner, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. Kevin Carrabine, Ballard Greenways Larry Gales, Spokespeople Laura Elfline, Mighty House Construction Madeline Carlson, Family Ride Marge Evans, West Seattle Cascade Bicycle Club Member Mark Harris, Wallingford Greenways Mark Hulscher, The Bike Share Group Marnie Hazlehurst, Wallingford Greenways Michael Herschensohn, Queen Anne Nicholas Smith, Sustainable West Seattle Patrick Dunn, Sustainable West Seattle/West Seattle Tool Library Phil Mitchell Pine Crooks, Ravenna Greenways 
Rafael Ravenet, Sustainable Downtown Seattle 
Ray Brown, NW Ebike Network  
Robin Randels, Phinney Ridge Greenways 
Russ Finley, NW Ebike Network 
Ryan Harrison, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. Sander Lazar, Ravenna Neighborhood Spokespeople Sustainable Downtown Seattle Sustainable Wallingford Sustainable West Seattle Terri Glaberson, CoolMom Director Tom Fucoloro, Seattle Bike Blog Trevor Stanley, Greenwood Willie Weir, Beacon B.I.K.E.S. Wolf Lichtenstein, Sustainable West Seattle

What are Neighborhood Greenways? 
*Greenways are low volume neighborhood streets generally one off of the main arterial that maintain motorized vehicle traffic at low enough speeds to encourage people who live, work, and play in a neighborhood to fully use their public right-of-way. * Greenways increase public safety, connect communities, and improve public infrastructure for a cleaner and more equitable environment* Greenways connect community resources such as schools, community buildings, parks, and neighborhood business districts. * Greenways are designed to make all people feel comfortable using the public right-of-way, including children, seniors, and more vulnerable people. * Greenways are often but not always designed to create a more park-like setting in the public right-of-way with green infrastructure features such street trees, community gardens, and bio-swales. * Greenways are NOT dedicated bikeways. Motorized vehicles can still drive and park on greenways. * Greenways are engineered to prioritize walking and biking, with the added benefit of decreasing traffic injuries and fatalities. 


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