THE CITY COUNCIL IS LOOKING TO MAKE SPOKANE MORE PEDESTRIAN
KXLY 4'S CAITI CURREY IS WORKING FOR YOU WTH DETAILS
BEHIND THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE AARON- THE PROPOSED
ORDINANCE WILL UPDATE AND MODERNIZE THE CITY'S CROSSWALKS.
MORE THAN THAT.
THE CITY HOPES TO MAKE SPOKANE A SAFER PLACE.
IT WAS A TRAGIC EVENT THAT HELPED SPARK A PROPOSED
I saw a car hit two babies and a mom and I saw the
baby and her mom literally fly in the air.
5-YEAR-OLD ELAYNA BURROWS-GUST DIED LAST FALL AFTER
BEING STRUCK BY A CAR ALONG MONROE STREET.
SHE, ALONG WITH HER OLDER BROTHER, FOLLOWED THEIR
MOM INTO THE STREET.
THE FAMILY WAS NOT USING A CROSSWALK.
When i came into office i really wanted to look at
how we could improve pedestrian safety.
COUNCIL MEMBER CANDACE MUMM SAYS ELAYNA'S STORY HELPED
INSIPIRE THE NEW PROPOSED CROSSWALK ORDINANCE
It seems walkability is the new thing, everyone wants
to be able to have more places to walk and make it
safer, and make it really clear to drivers that pedestrians
have the right of way at intersections.
THE PROPOSED PLANS INCLUDE UPDATING CROSSWALKS AT