Councilmember Nick Licata today launched “Critical Crossings,” , a new, interactive website dedicated to pedestrian safety. Councilmember Licata said, “This site is dedicated to improving
pedestrian safety in Seattle by posting images of traffic intersections and crosswalks submitted by citizens who believe intersections are critical to their safety.”
He invites you to snap a picture of an intersection and email a digital version to the address below. Please be sure to format your picture according to the instructions at the bottom of this page. Sorry, but he will not be able to post photos that are not formatted accordingly nor will he be able to post hard copy photos you might want to snail-mail him. (what, no scanner at City Hall? the one on my $99 printer does just fine!)
To submit your entries:
- Email your digital photos to his legislative assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line type: "Critical Crossings".
- Include any comments you wish to make about each intersection you submit.
- Let him know if you want to post your email address next to your photo so others can contact you.
- Submit images in JPG or GIF format. The image should be 640 x 480 pixels or larger. To insure quality, images smaller then 640 x 480 pixels will not be posted on this site.