The City of Seattle has approved two neighborhood projects that were requested by citizens to make walking safer.
Bridging the Gap funds of $1,070,000 will be used to build sidewalks on Greenwood Avenue North between North 92nd and North 97th streets, and from North 104 to North 105th streets.
School zone camera revenue of $505,000 will be used to build a sidewalk on the west side of 3rd Avenue NW between NW 105th and NW 107th streets, by Viewlands Elementary School.
The projects should be designed in 2014 and constructed in 2015. You can the full list of 16 city-wide projects here.