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May 28, 2009

City wants to turn Bell Street into the first 'park boulevard'

Journal Staff Reporter

Image courtesy of the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation [enlarge]
The parks department would convert one lane of traffic into a recreational area and reconfigure parking to create open space with landscaping, lighting and pedestrian amenities.

The Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation wants to turn five blocks of Bell Street into a “park boulevard” by shrinking the area dedicated to cars and giving space back to pedestrians.

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