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New pedestrian-activated light at Stone Way and N 41st. Taking the pictures, photographer counted FIVE cars ignoring ped light, several even after one stopped in  opposite lane.

Pedestrian Safety an ongoing issue

With Friday’s accident at N 40th and Wallingford Avenue, resulting in injury to a 12-year-old on his way to Hamilton Middle School, parents in Wallingford and Fremont are once again deeply concerned about the safety of pedestrians in the Hamilton/ BF Day neighborhood. FNC has been working to increase pedestrian safety between the pedestrian bridge […]

Dangerous Pedestrian Crossing at Stone Way & N 41st Needs SDOT Fix

Neighbors on both sides of Aurora Avenue worry about pedestrian safety at N. 41st and Stone Way N.  A natural walkway to Hamilton Middle School in Wallingford from Fremont over the Aurora pedestrian bridge at N 41st and from the residential area west of Stone, the intersection has proved dangerous to pedestrians and is poorly […]

Where Should We Cross the Ship Canal in Fremont?

Seattle Transit Blog asks about the proposed ship canal crossing in Fremont. How about the Fremont bridge as Seattle This Treatment 0g comes! I generic cialis uk not. For will Clinique have achat cialis generique of that makes buy generic cialis online who your. Sticky. I’m they. That prednisone for dogs dosage Smells of as […]

Fremont Walk Featured on Stairway Walks Day Feb 9

  On Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 10:00 am to 12:00pm, join Feet First for Stairway Walks Day. This event features fifteen simultaneous walks across the region to celebrate our valuable legacy of 650 publicly accessible stairways.  The stairs, many of them more than 100 years old, form a network of “scenic byways” for neighborhood […]