Entries for date "2019"

Bicycle Implementation Plan Update: Good Project List, Incomplete Funding

The mayor’s latest bicycle plan adds critical projects, but leaves them unfunded. Join us at the Ride4SafeSteets this Sunday, and send a letter to elected officials to call for completing the network. Act Now! button At the end of April, the Mayor released a draft 2019-2024 Bicycle Implementation Plan outlining projects to be built through the end of the Move Seattle Levy. The plan drastically cut the connected network that the original …

Join SNG and the MASS Coalition on the Ride for Safe Streets

Join SNG and the MASS Coalition on the Ride for Safe Streets as we launch a Green Transportation Package for Seattle!

A colorful logo featuring icons for a bus, a person in a wheelchair, a person carrying a baby and pushing a stroller, and a person riding a bike. Text reads: The Ride for Safe Streets. Sunday, June 16, 1-3 pm. Seattle City Hall.It’ll be a fun, family-friendly, Father’s Day afternoon, coming together to make our streets safe for all families.

Join hundreds of Seattle residents and families this Sunday as we urge City leaders to fast-track transit, walking, rolling, & biking improvements and make Seattle’s streets safe for everyone.

Ride for …

Bike Everywhere Day -- and Month!

A mixed group of people with bikes stands in front of the Chinatown Arch in Seattle, smiling and waving.May is Bike Month!

Get outside and enjoy the spring sunshine, whether you're riding your bike with your kids to the park or commuting across town to and from work. Join Seattle Neighborhood Greenways local chapters from across the city on Bike Everywhere Day, Friday, May 17, by stopping at our Celebration Stations to pick up free snacks and swag and learn about local neighborhood efforts to make our …

Hear from Seattle City Council Candidates on Transportation, Housing, and Sustainability

A row of people on bicycles in a protected lane share the street with a King County Metrobus.There are currently 58 candidates for Seattle City Council.

Are you overwhelmed, and looking for a candidate in your district that aligns with your values? Look no further!

  SNG, the MASS Coalition, and allies are hosting candidate forums in five of the seven Seattle City Council districts this month. We'll hear from candidates as they answer questions about the biggest issues facing our city: transportation, housing, reducing carbon …

SNG's Electric Scooter Share Policy Statement

Electric Scooter Share Policy Statement March 2019

  Seattle Neighborhood Greenways supports options for people to get around our community safely, comfortably, conveniently and sustainably. To meet this need, foot-scooters are one tool that the City of Seattle should pilot. Scooters can help provide first/last mile connection to transit and a pollution-free short distance transportation option. We have heard valid concerns that this new technology could make our sidewalks less …