Queen Anne Elementary needs safer crossing for our students, especially at the Crazytown intersection (4th & Boston)! SDOT is asking for your help in developing their Safe Routes to School program.
"Early next year we’ll introduce new pedestrian and bicycle safety education and encouragement programs along with revised enforcement commitments in our school zones. Another substantial component of this work is to continue to improve the built environment to better link parents, teachers and students to schools. And we need your help!
We want to know where people are speeding, where people fail to stop for pedestrians or where crossing and/or sidewalk improvements are needed. And we have developed an online tool to help collect this information. The feedback you provide will be used to prioritize future infrastructure investments, enforcement activities, and educational outreach. In fact, SDOT will develop conceptual designs for 12 locations selected through this exercise and we will build each of these improvements over the next few years."
Follow the link below to share your thoughts with SDOT using our wikimap:
Seattle’s School Road Safety Action Plan Wikimap
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