SDOT Inviting Community Input on How to Make Rainier Avenue Safer

Note: This is a Community Service Announcement

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is inviting South Seattle residents to help improve safety along Rainier Avenue South. Responding to concerns raised by residents and local community councils, the SDOT is launching a collaborative process to review conditions along the roadway in November 2014.

You can join SDOT at two public meetings to review data and share your experiences on Rainier with their project team and help determine the future of the corridor.

Wednesday, NOVEMBER 12

6 PM to 8 PM, The Columbia School – Cafeteria/Commons,

3528 S. Ferdinand St (use the Edmunds St entrance)

Tuesday , NOVEMBER 18

4:30 PM to 6:30 PM, The Ethiopian Community Center,

8323 Rainier Ave S

For more information, please visit: or contact Jim Curtin at

One thought on “SDOT Inviting Community Input on How to Make Rainier Avenue Safer”

  1. Maybe they will actually talk about Rainier this time. the last meeting I went to, right after the SUV plowed through Grecian Delight, Dongho talks for 2 hours about nothing in particular, an absolute waste of time.