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Greenways Routing Greener Path Though North Seattle

By Sean Keeley · February 23rd, 2012 · 34 Comments

Last month, Seattle City Councilwoman Sally Bagshaw announced that the Seattle Department of Transportation has plans for 11 miles worth of greenways in the city. Wallingford recently became the first neighborhood to incorporate them and Fremont could be seeing more of them around the neighborhood as well.

These alternative and safer routes for pedestrians and bikers are gaining traction in Seattle. Students from the University of Washington entrepreneurial journalism class taught by our partners, The Common Language Project, took a look at neighborhood greenways.

Click here to read “Routing a greener path.”




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