Transit - Andrew Grant Houston

  • Put a $60 Vehicle License Fee on the ballot for voters to approve in 2022 to fund bus services
  • Move funds to deliver the 2024 planned Seattle RapidRide network by 2024 with funding intended to preserve essential local service, like Route 7.
  • Increasing funds to get to 100% red lanes along each Rapid Ride line, with exceptions where we lack right-of-way and freight access.
  • Identifying, planning, and executing red bus-only lanes on at least 50% of all frequent-service bus lines by 2026, with intent to get as close to 100% as possible by 2030.
  • Log every mile of existing bike lanes, Stay Healthy Streets, and greenways to provide transparent and accurate data to the public.
  • Establish emergency pop-up bike lanes as part of rapid response to the Climate Crisis with no less than 50 miles brought online within twelve months.
  • Complete all projects promised in the Move Seattle Levy by the end of 2023
  • Bike lane protections that are accessible for “all-ages and abilities” (AAA).