The city's tweeting traffic engineer explains how small changes to streets are adding up to big improvements
The first thing you might consider after looking at the Twitter feed of Seattle's chief traffic engineer Dongho Chang is that he may possibly be two, or three, or even four people.
It does not seem logistically feasible for one person to be at this many places in the city at once, surveying the installation of bike lanes, supervising the construction of new sidewalks, and guiding the larger decisions that move Seattle residents.
And he does it all, for the most part, on a bicycle.
By Alissa Walker@awalkerinLA
Many thanks to Kevin Davis for sharing this article.
"Could Missoula use a Your Voice Your Choice program (similar to that used in Seattle)?"