Paint bus and bike lanes policy

Excerpts I wrote for Seattle mayoral candidate Andrew Grant Houston’s “Paint The Town Red And Green” campaign policy proposal: …Bus-only lanes are significantly more effective when they have their own dedicated space and are clearly painted as such. Data compiled by the US Office of Transportation Operations on all urban, red bus-only lanes shows thatContinue reading “Paint bus and bike lanes policy”

Parking reform policy

The following are excerpts of what I wrote for Andrew Grant Houston’s Parking Reform policy: In a city of roughly 750,000 people, Seattle has at least 1.6 million parking spaces. And they’re worth approximately $35.8 billion, with a B. The cost really adds up when we take into account all the carbon-intensive cement that goesContinue reading “Parking reform policy”

Sierra Club’s response to Mayor Durkan’s Executive Order

I wrote the following press release, including quotes approved by the two contacts, regarding building electrification in Seattle: Via Sierra Club Washington State Chapter Wednesday, January 8, 2020 Contact:Brittney Bush Bollay, brittneybush@gmail.com, 805-540-0259Jesse Piedfort, jesse.piedfort@sierraclub.org, 206-947-6529 Seattle, WA—Mayor Jenny Durkan issued an Executive Order today on the Seattle Green New Deal, including a commitment to move awayContinue reading “Sierra Club’s response to Mayor Durkan’s Executive Order”

2020 Legislature: A Critical Year for Housing and Transportation

Every day we wait for holistic climate action across all fronts is a sacrifice we tack on to our health, our loved ones, and our planet. That’s why we want to let you in on our climate-driven housing and transportation priorities at the legislature. Together, we’ll tackle three priorities this session: A Clean Fuel Standard, theContinue reading “2020 Legislature: A Critical Year for Housing and Transportation”