Seattle Bike Blog
Replay and recap: City Council Position 8 transportation and housing forum

Every one of Teresa Mosqueda’s answers was packed with energy. She sort of made everyone else (except maybe Sheley Secrest) look like they were standing still, especially McGregor and Hisam Goueli who had the misfortune of going before and after her.Right out the door, she framed transportation and housing as public health issues.“My life’s work has been in public health,” she said, and that means “more walkable, bikeable neighborhoods.”Mosqueda linked safe streets both to the global and national movement to fight climate change and to local environmental justice issues.“There are communities throughout our city who are dying at higher rates becuse of their zip codes and their race,” she said.While she wasn’t equivocating on the need for safer streets, she said the city can do more to get community buy-in. … Read More
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