Feet First Files Appeal, Calls on UW to Complete Burke-Gilman Trail Upgrades

The 2018 University of Washington Campus Master Plan (UWCMP) is the regulatory vehicle for future development of the university’s main Seattle campus. The draft plan anticipates that up to 6,000,000 net new gross square feet of space may be developed over the next 10 years, adding 8,500 more students and 4,700 additional employees by 2028. All […]

Last Mile Solutions: Improving Access to Healthcare

Universal Design

  A Northwest Universal Design Council Forum Monday, June 19, 2017 1:00 – 3:00 pm Bellevue City Hall Room 1E-108 450 110th Avenue NE, Bellevue   While public transit is an essential component of the transportation system, getting from a transit stop to a hospital or health clinic presents a “last mile” challenge for many. […]

#GiveBig on May 10

Walkable communities are healthier, safer, and more economically vibrant. Feet First’s mission, since 2001, is to help people create walkable neighborhoods. Your support is essential to our success and that’s why we’re asking for your help during #GiveBig on May 10. Thank you!   Here are a few of the ways Feet First makes a […]

Story From the Sole – The East Howe Steps, “A Living Room for the Community”

By: Leah Wyatt   With our third annual Stairway Walks Day just around the corner on February 7th, it’s exciting to talk about projects underway to improve our current pedestrian thoroughfares.   A pedestrian route leading from the top of Capitol Hill down to Eastlake Avenue already exists, however the Lake Union Neighborhood Council envisioned […]

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 […]