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

Burk-Gilman rendering

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 […]

#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 […]

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 […]

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 […]