200 Silhouettes Posted in Seattle as a Memorial to People Killed in Car Crashes

WDR 2023 Sign on 35th Ave SW & SW Hudson St

Earlier this week we distributed over 200 orange silhouettes around Seattle to mark locations where car collisions have killed people since 2015. The installation is part of The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR), an international event on Sunday, November 19th that brings attention to the millions of people who have been killed and seriously injured on roads around the world and the impact these deaths have on our communities.

Shape the Next 20 years of Walking, Biking, and Rolling in Seattle


The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has been busy crafting the Seattle Transportation Plan (STP) that will shape the next 20 years of our streets, sidewalks, bike lanes, trails, transit networks, and public spaces. During extensive community outreach, SDOT asked whether people wanted a plan that will “stay the course,” pursue “moderate pace,” or “rapid progress,” and Seattleites overwhelmingly (95%) support rapid progress towards transformational change

Supporting Housing For All


Great cities know that the best transportation plan is a great land use plan. When places people can afford to live are within walking or biking distance to where they need to go — many people will walk and bike (when it is safe and comfortable to do so). This is the idea behind the “15 Minute City” concept you may have heard about. 

That’s why this year the SNG …