The Seattle City Council unanimously signed off on a 20-year transportation plan Tuesday. It’s an aspirational document meant to guide planners, but which lacks new dollars and specific timelines.

It imagines a city with slower speeds, more frequent transit and more modes of transportation on each road, even arterials. It proposes adding more bus lanes and building out a network of bike lanes. And it emphasizes keeping the city’s existing streets in good working condition.




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