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Big Data Equals Big Change for Seattle

By Wendy K. Leigh When big organizations come together to solve big problems, they sometimes create a quagmire of entirely new issues and layers of red tape – but not so in Seattle these days. At least that’s the case if MetroLab has anything to do...

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Tactical Urbanism: Seattle Streets Grow With the Flow

By Wendy K Leigh They say that everything is set in stone when it comes to government agencies – but Seattle’s Department of Transportation (DOT) is going the extra mile to make sure nothing falls through the cracks as the city continually expands. With at least...

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WeCount App Makes Giving Easy

By Wendy K. Leigh Who knew there’s a night in January each year devoted to counting homeless people living on the streets of Seattle? Unusual connections form when more than 1,000 people bundle up on a cold winter night and pull an all-nighter roaming the pavements...

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Seattle’s Rocky Path to Biking Infrastructure

By Arick Wong For some, Seattle’s lush woodlands are best enjoyed on a bike. From the sequestered bike lanes to the scenic trails, Seattle has become a popular city for cyclists: roughly 3-4% of Seattleites commute to work on a bicycle. Environmentally-conscious infrastructure for daily commuting...

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