Join Rooted in Rights at City Council to Increase Sidewalk Access

September 3, 2019

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The first three pieces of the MASS Transportation Package come up for a full city council vote on Tuesday, September 3.

Whether you’re joining us at City Hall on Tuesday afternoon or you’re taking a moment to send a message to Councilmembers (see link below) — every of voice support will count in these critical days!

JOIN US AT CITY HALL:
Tuesday September 3rd, 2:00 pm, at Seattle City Hall council chambers (2nd Floor). Stand with us holding signs of support (we will have some available) during the public comment period of the council meeting. We can share talking points if needed. Kids and families very welcome!

Tuesday, September 3, 2:00 pm
Seattle City Hall (2nd Floor City Council Chambers)

SHARE YOUR COMMENTS ONLINE:
Can’t make it on Tuesday? Email elected officials to let them know you support the MASS Transportation Package. https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/g6sB0s-XLwD88vlX0v4C4A

The MASS Transportation Package is a proposal from the Move All Seattle Sustainably Coalition to make walking, rolling, biking, and using transit in Seattle safer and more accessible. It’s not a comprehensive vision for transportation in Seattle, but it is a set of projects and policies we believe the City can advance rapidly in 2019. The package includes long overdue policy reforms and investments in sidewalks, bus lanes, and bike paths that our growing city needs.

Read this interview with Seattle Neighborhood Greenways explaining the package: http://seattlegreenways.org/blog/2019/07/31/8527/

Learn more about the MASS Transportation Package here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5bdf7cc67c93279afce7aa35/t/5d2e8712f3c8ce0001cacd64/1563330325922/MASS_Transportation_Package_2019.pdf

The MASS Coalition includes:

350 Seattle
500 Women Scientists Seattle
Cascade Bicycle Club
Disability Rights Washington
Rooted in Rights
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways
Seattle Subway
Seattle Transit Blog
Sierra Club Seattle Group
The Urbanist
Transit Riders Union