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Author: Miriam Castro

New Era of Programming

This December, the U District, Let’s Go year-long pilot is coming to an end, however a new era is about to begin. Thanks to continued partnership with Seattle Department of Transportation, the U District Partnership and the University of Washington School of Social Work. We’re still finalizing the details and will let you know more … Continued

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Watch our transit talk on Seattle Channel

Last week, on October 4, U District, Let’s Go held it’s second Transit Talk, a neighborhood focused conversation that brought the U District, Roosevelt, and Northgate neighborhoods together into one room for an info share and resource exchange. Northlink Light rail stations will arrive in 2021, which means these neighborhoods will be better connected to … Continued

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U District, Let’s Go welcomes visitors

Earlier this month, the U District neighborhood welcomed thousands of visitors that arrived for the Special Olympics Games USA. U District, Let’s Go team members got on the welcome wagon too, specifically, they got on Lime Bikes and provided mobile wayfinding assistance. “It was a huge success that involved a variety of people and partners.” … Continued

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U District, Let’s Go half way through pilot

Believe it or not, U District, Let’s Go has been on the ground doing programming for six months! “That age old saying, time flies when you are having fun really rings true.” Said Miriam Castro, Program Manager with U District, Let’s Go. “It seems like only yesterday that we held our neighborhood kick off walk … Continued

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Transit Talk: Still talking

Last week, U District, Let’s Go with partners Transportation Choices Coalition, Seattle Department of Transportation, and the U District Partnership held a Transit Talk at the University Book Store. The event drew an audience of U District small businesses, community organizations, public agencies, and neighbors that all wanted to know one thing: how Link light … Continued

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June is Ride Transit Month

Do you ride the bus or take Link Light Rail, or a commuter train? Do you ever take a ferry or share the ride in a  vanpool,  water taxi, or streetcar? If so, you are taking a form of transit and this coming June we’re partnering with Transportation Choices in celebrating Ride Transit Month, a … Continued

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Biking with babies and blueberries

U District, Let’s Go interviewed Bjorn and Julianne Simpson, two local U District residents, who make it a regular practice to ride their bicycles with their two small children to the U District Farmers Market. Find out how they make it work. How long you both have been bicycling, and were there any first dates … Continued

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Tell us what U think

Transportation impacts everyone – it connects us to jobs, schools, services, and anywhere else we need or want to go. How do you get around? What would make it easier? U District, Let’s Go want’s to know what you think and over the next few weeks, U District, Let’s Go will be hitting the streets … Continued

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