Committee hears proposal that would make Seattle's Third Avenue safer, cleaner, more equitable

There is a proposal to make the major transit corridor more pedestrian friendly, but councilmembers stressed that any plans would need to be equitable and inclusive.

SEATTLE — A city council committee considered a new vision for Seattle’s Third Avenue on Wednesday. 

There is a proposal to make the major transit corridor more pedestrian-friendly, but council members stressed that any plans would need to be equitable and inclusive.

Third Avenue is a road of possibilities, according to Sabrina Villanueva, senior director of Property Management for Clise Properties.

“I think there’s a lot possible,” Villanueva said.

She acknowledged that the gateway

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