Roosevelt, Seattle

The Roosevelt Neighborhood Association

Listen to a Council Meeting about Transportation, Tomorrow, 9:30 a.m. Listen Line: 206-684-8566

SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE* AGENDA

Tuesday, April 14, 2014 9:30 a.m.

Council Meeting Listen Line: 206-684-8566

Members: Tom Rasmussen, Chair Mike O’Brien, Vice Chair Jean Godden, Member Nick Licata, Alternate Staff: Anthony Auriemma, Legislative Assistant Evan Clifthorne, Legislative Assistant Rose Smith, Legislative Assistant

Location: Council Chamber, City Hall 600 Fourth Avenue

Council Meeting Listen Line:206-684-8566

*This meeting also constitutes a meeting of the Full Council, provided that the meeting shall be conducted as a committee meeting under the Council Rules and Procedures, and Council action shall be limited to committee business. For the most current agenda, including supporting documents, please visit the City Clerk’s Office agenda database For full agenda details, click here: https://seattle.legistar.com

Agenda Items 2 & 5:

2. Report of the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board Briefing (10 minutes; to 10:00 a.m.) Presenters: Jeff Aken and Kristi Rennebohm Franz, Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board Co-Chairs

5. Seattle Bicycle Master Plan Reports on the 2015-2019 Implementation Plan and 2014 Progress Report Briefing (20 minutes; to 10:40 a.m.) Presenters: Scott Kubly and Kristen Simpson, SDOT Supporting Documents: Progress Report and Implementation Plan Presentation 2015-2019 Bicycle Master Plan Implementation Plan Update


A couple of reminders:

  • Tomorrow night is the RNA Transportation meeting (See previous blog post www.rooseveltseattle.org)
  • Want The Roosie to keep being delivered?  Please step up to volunteer to be a blockhead or even our MUCH NEEDED “lead” blockhead position!

“We have been hearing a lot about how the master plan for bikes drives specific projects and here is your chance to learn more. Items 2 and 5 on this agenda are regarding bike lane, please post.”  An RNA Member asked I post this.  Thanks for the tips, everyone.  Email laura.ea.bernstein@gmail.com for articles for The Roosie or recommendations for content for our website or Twitter.  We need all of your voices to make our neighborhood strong and inclusive.

Comments are closed.