Seattle creates more ‘safe routes’ to schools


September 22, 2016
in Safe Routes

The city of Seattle’s kicking off the school year with a number of new improvements to help students get to and from class safely.

At Greenwood Elementary School, crews added new flashing lights to the crosswalk.

Now kids or other walkers simply push the walk button and flashing lights alert drivers on busy, NW 80th Street to stop and allow them to cross.

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