[nfbwatlk] SAVE THE DATE: Walk-, Stroll- & Roll-Ability: Designing a Pedestrian Network for All - January 14, 2016

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Friends, happy new year! Just a reminder about the Northwest Universal Design Council event, now just 10 days away. I hope you have it on your calendar and you'll plan to attend! Please feel free to share the following information with anyone you know who may be interested in attending. ~ Irene

From: Stewart, Irene
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Subject: SAVE THE DATE: Walk-, Stroll- & Roll-Ability: Designing a Pedestrian Network for All - January 14, 2016

The Northwest Universal Design Council is proud to partner with the Seattle Commission for People with disAbilities, Aging and Disability Services, Feet First, King County Mobility Coalition, Seattle Department of Transportation, and the Seattle Human Services Department in hosting "Walk-, Stroll- & Roll-Ability: Designing a Pedestrian Network for All" on Thursday, January 14, 2016 (10:00-11:30 a.m.). Seattle Department of Transportation ADA coordinator Mike Shaw and design and construction engineers John Ricardi and Eugene Pike will discuss challenges and solutions in developing a pedestrian network that works for all-sidewalks, curb ramps, street crossings, accessible pedestrian signals, transit access, and more-from a Universal Design perspective.

The event is free and open to the public. Please join us, and feel free to invite others. A flyer for the event is available at http://bit.ly/1O0d8B1.

The program takes place in Seattle Municipal Tower, Conference Room 4060, located at 700 Fifth Avenue, between Columbia & Cherry Streets in downtown Seattle. For directions to the Municipal Tower, visit http://bit.ly/1NQugTm.

If you require an accommodation in order to participate, e-mail info at environmentsforall.org<mailto:info at environmentsforall.org> at your earliest opportunity.

~ Irene

Irene Stewart
Coordinator, Northwest Universal Design Council | www.environmentsforall.org<http://www.environmentsforall.org>
Planner, Aging and Disability Services
Seattle Human Services Department
irene.stewart at seattle.gov<mailto:irene.stewart at seattle.gov>

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