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DivisionConnects Transportation Study

DivisionConnects Transportation Study

DivisionConnects, a collaborative two-year transportation and land use study, will focus on opportunities and challenges that come with the planned completion of the North Spokane Corridor (NSC). Provide your feedback in this online survey. DivisionConnects is led by Spokane Regional Transportation Council and Spokane Transit Authority, in partnership with Washington State Department of Transportation, City of Spokane, and Spokane County, to study Division Street from its downtown connection in the south to the Newport Highway and North Spokane Corridor past…

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Special Transportation Meetings – Logan Neighborhood Transportation Issues Special Meeting and All About Greenways

Special Transportation Meetings – Logan Neighborhood Transportation Issues Special Meeting and All About Greenways

Logan Neighborhood Meeting Following up on the neighborhood greenway presentations and planning started at the Logan Neighborhood Council meetings last autumn, the LNC is holding a topic-specific meeting to discuss transportation issues in the Logan area, with a special focus on issues relating to walking, cycling, traffic safety, and traffic calming. They will continue the discussion about neighborhood greenway planning and consider projects we want to submit for the city’s traffic calming program. Time permitting, they will also kick off…

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Greenways Presentation and Workshop

Greenways Presentation and Workshop

At the December Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council meeting, Jessica Engelman gave a detailed presentation about greenways, streets designed with bikes and pedestrians in mind. She will be continuing the presentation and talk this week. When: Wednesday, January 8 from 6-7:30pm Where: Corbin Senior Center, 827 W Cleveland Ave (map)

Snow Season 2019

Snow Season 2019

It is heading toward snow season again. The City of Spokane created a great resource page for residents that includes a real-time snow removal map, plowing procedures, parking and sidewalks information, and additional resources. Don’t forget that snow season is November 15 – March 15. Citizens are asked to park on the odd side of the street in residential areas for the entire snow season. The City is asking citizens to clear a 36-inch path to allow pedestrians to travel…

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Spokane in Motion educational series

Spokane in Motion educational series

The City of Spokane, in partnership with the Spokane Bicycle Club and i-Sustain, is sponsoring a series of educational events around innovative cycling infrastructure. The project is called Spokane in Motion, and the goal is to increase awareness around biking in the city and the region. Building on the City’s Bike Master Plan, city officials are using this project to answer the questions: What are some creative ways we can promote cycling in our region? How can we make biking safer and more accessible to…

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