Learn and Share Ideas on the Future of Transportation in Downtown

Seattle is ranked among the top five fastest-growing cities in the nation, and most of that growth is occurring in downtown. At the next Residents Council meeting, experts from the City of Seattle will talk about how the region is planning for increased demand on downtown streets and public spaces through the One Center City project. One Center City will bring together many communities, perspectives and partners to create a 20-year plan for how we move through, connect to, and experience Seattle’s vibrant downtown neighborhoods. It is a public-private partnership between the Downtown Seattle Association, City of Seattle, King County and Sound Transit.

Join us to learn about One Center City and to share your thoughts about transportation and the public realm in downtown.


Contact Jacqueline Gruber at jacquelineg@downtownseattle.org or 206.613.3235.

  • Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017
  • Doors open at 5 p.m.
  • Program from 6–7 p.m.
  • Hard Rock Cafe [map]
  • 116 Pike St., second floor
  • Free


Special thanks to our venue sponsor

Hard Rock Cafe