Shoreline is Walking the Walk around their Light Rail Stations 

The City of Shoreline’s proposed pedestrian improvements around the future 145th and 185th light rail stations are the most ambitious plans of any City in the Sound Transit area. From woonerfs and pedestrian bridges to multi-use paths, these improvements strive to make traveling by foot not only safe, but also pleasant and convenient. Inspired by Shoreline’s City Planner Nora Daley-Peng’s […]

Feet First has Concerns about Robot Delivery Vehicles

The current legislative session in Olympia features a bill (SB5378/HB1325) concerning autonomous delivery vehicles (robots), designed to bring goods (including to-go food orders) to your door. They are also referred to as Personal Delivery Devices (or PDDs). Amazon is currently testing this technology in Snohomish County. This bill would allow these vehicles to operate on […]

Feet First Stairway Talk & Walk

With roughly 650 stairways throughout the city, Seattle is a major stairway town! Out of their love for this unique legacy, Cathy and Jake Jaramillo wrote the pocket-friendly guide to the best of these stairways: “Seattle Stairway Walks: An Up-and-Down Guide to City Neighborhoods.” Join Jake and Cathy for this unique chance to learn about […]

Feet First Names Nominees for TIB Complete Streets Funding

Feet First is thrilled to announce the nominees we have put forward with the Transportation Investment Board (TIB) for Complete Streets funding in 2019, and thanks all the many cities around Washington that applied for our support and recommendation. The State of Washington’s Transportation Investment Board “funds high priority transportation projects in communities throughout the […]