Vision Zero Cities Lunch & Learn

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Seattle Neighborhood Greenways says
WHAT: Bring your lunch and join us for a discussion on making Seattle’s streets safer. A panel will share lessons learned from the Vision Zero for Cities Symposium that took place last month in New York City.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 27 Noon – 1 PM

WHERE: Impact Hub, 4th Floor Learning Studio 220 2nd Ave S
Bike parking available, and the building is ADA accessible

WHO: Panelists include Andrea Clinkscales (Cascade Bicycle Club), Cathy Tuttle (Seattle Neighborhood Greenways), and Jim Curtin and Allison Schwartz (Seattle Department of Transportation)

But wait, there’s more!

Special activity following from 1 – 1:30 PM.

Join us for a re-enforcement patrol to build on Seattle’s safety record and reward people for doing the right thing on our streets. Following the panel (about 1 – 1:30 PM), we’ll head out to 2nd and Yesler and talk to people walking, biking, and driving by about safe travel choices and how we all contribute to Vision Zero.

Vision Zero is a Seattle’s plan to end traffic deaths and serious injuries on our streets by 2030. Learn more at www. seattle.gov/visionzero and www.VisionZeroSea.org.
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By: Seattle Neighborhood Greenways

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