Southeast Seattle Road Diet
Columbian Way Complete Street

Please join us for a community meeting tomorrow night and show your support for bike lanes on Columbian Way and Othello Street in south Seattle. These bike lanes are being put in as part of a rechannelization or "road diet" project that includes a center turn lane for safety, and opposition is expected. Cascade Bicycle Club and the local community need you to show your support for these bike lanes!

When: Tuesday, November 16th at 7pm
Where: Lakewood-Seward Park Community Club, 4916 S Angeleine St, a few blocks north of the PCC just off 50th Ave S.

Road diets have been shown to significantly improve the safety of all roadway users, including pedestrians of all ages and abilities. The bike lanes resulting from this rechannelization project are currently being installed on Columbian Way between 15th Ave S and Beacon Ave S, and are funded for Othello Street between MLK Way S and the Chief Sealth Trail.

Seattle City Councilmembers (and south Seattle residents) Sally Clark and Bruce Harrell will be in attendance, along with Seattle Department of Transportation employees.

Tell them why bike lanes in your neighborhood are important to you!

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