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Dear Seattle Parks and Recreation,

Thank you for opening park streets to people through the Keep Moving Streets program. By limiting car traffic along Alki Point, Lake Washington Boulevard, and Green Lake you quickly created acres of new park space for people to walk, bike, roll, run, skate, and play.

Please collaborate with the Department of Transportation to design permanent improvements for these three Keep Moving Streets, sponsor walks and rides to bring community members to the spaces, and work to expand the program to other boulevards to serve more communities. Please incorporate funding to continue and expand this program into your strategic plan funding priorities. 

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