Transit Riders Delegation: Meeting With Seattle City Councilmembers Kshama Sawant, Mike O'brien, Nick Licata, And Sally Bagshaw

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Climate change. Gridlock. Rents rising and not enough money left over for bus fare. Seattle is growing fast and becoming a world-class city. Where's our world-class transit system?

Expand public transit and lower fares!

Half of Washington State's greenhouse gas emissions come from transportation fuels. If we're going to stop climate change, we need to build a public transit system that gives everyone a viable alternative to driving.

Our city and region are becoming less and less affordable for low- and even middle-income residents. San Francisco recently started a free bus pass program for low- and moderate-income youth, senior and disabled riders. We can do the same here! Do you believe in a public transit system that is accessible and affordable for all? So do we. Let's organize!

Join the Transit Riders Delegation on May 20 as we meet with four Seattle City Councilmembers to present our vision of a public transit system that works for everyone. Organized by the Seattle Transit Riders Union.

12:30 - 1:30 PM @ Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Avenue, Bertha Knight Landes Room (1st Floor).
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By: Seattle Transit Riders Union

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