How a 3-Second Head Start Could Save Pedestrian Lives

Seattle's giving pedestrians extra lead time in certain crosswalks in an effort to reduce deaths and injuries across the city.

02/25/2020 By Marisa Comeau-Kerege

Morning Fizz

Inslee Fundraising Not Matching 2012

Inslee's campaign money, city's oversight committee, and North Seattle's deep walkability.

04/15/2016 By Josh Feit

Morning Fizz

Ethics Commission DISLIKES Murray's Response to Sawant; the Feds LOVE SDOT

Ethics commission raises First Amendment questions about Murray proposal; U.S. DOT raises a toast to SDOT road redesigns.

06/05/2015 By Josh Feit

Pedestrian Chronicles

Pedestrian Chronicles: Finding Public Spaces in the Snow

New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians are putting the polar vortex to green use.

02/24/2014 By Genie Leslie


The Pedestrian Chronicles #1

Following up on the original urbanist manifesto.

02/10/2014 By Josh Feit


How to Cross the Street

It’s not quite as pedestrian as you think.

07/01/2013 By Kathryn Robinson

On Other Blogs

On Other Blogs Today: Density, the WTO, the Arena, and More

Our daily roundup. Graphic via Dupre + Scott.

09/27/2012 By Erica C. Barnett

The C is for Crank

How SDOT Should Overhaul Its Pedestrian Safety Campaign

How the city could improve its pedestrian safety campaign to be inclusive of everyone, not just drivers.

12/16/2011 By Erica C. Barnett

On Other Blogs

Sightline: Reducing Pedestrian Deaths is Not a Partisan Issue

Sightline: Giving cities authority to reduce their own speed limits isn't a "war on cars."

10/20/2011 By Erica C. Barnett

City Hall

$60 License Fee is the Starting Point, Not the Compromise

The city council's starting point for debating a vehicle license fee to pay for transportation is $60---not $80, as some had hoped.

08/10/2011 By Erica C. Barnett

Morning Fizz

Names and Addresses

01/04/2010 By Morning Fizz