Feet First Walk & Talk: West Seattle

Learn about site locations and discuss options during this free tour and post-walk gathering at Ounces Taproom October 16, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Junction Plaza Park – SW and Alaska Street and 42nd Street SW Seattle 98116 Register here to join us for the Walk & Talk: West Seattle. Walk & Talk Details Feet First […]

Pedestrian Safety Bill Signed into Law!

On Monday, May 11, 2015, Governor Jay Inslee signed into law Senate Bill 5957, which creates a Pedestrian Safety Advisory Council. The bill, which was co-written by Feet First, had earlier been approved by both the full House and Senate with bipartisan support.   The new law creates a Pedestrian Safety Advisory Council to include […]

Feet First comments on the Cross Kirkland Corridor Project

Feet First commends the City of Kirkland’s action to preserve the former BNSF rail corridor and convert it into the Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC) project. The opportunity to walk and bike along a path that connects so much of Kirkland is truly exciting. Our Neighborhood Walking Ambassador program has already led several walks that feature […]

Sound Access for All Campaign

Championing Safe & Easy Ways to Access Sound Transit Link Light Rail Stations by Foot [portfolio_slideshow id=4586] Thanks to a grant from the Bullitt Foundation, our Sound Access for All (SAFA) campaign is underway with the main goal to encourage Sound Transit and local jurisdictions to design facilities and adopt policies to encourage people to […]

How Candidates Stand on Walkability: 2013

During election season the Feet First Policy Committee reaches out to candidates about their perspective on creating more walkable communities. Take a look at the candidates’ answers to our questions. We hope this information will help you when filling out your ballot.   Seattle Races: Mayoral race Mike McGinn (incumbent) Ed Murray   City Council […]