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Seattle is experiencing transformational changes with record-breaking population growth among large scale urban renewal and redevelopment. These changes are occurring in a constrained transportation system that is being reconfigured to meet the mobility needs of vibrant and thriving community. Learn about the policies that provide the roadmap for managing City’s growth, plans that guide where transportation investments are made, and how Seattle will reach the safety goals of Vision Zero.

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Dongho Chang, City of Seattle

Dongho Chang is the City Traffic Engineer for Seattle. He has worked over 27 years in the transportation engineering field focused on improving safety and mobility for all travel modes. Dongho has worked as the Traffic Engineer for City of Everett and Area Engineer for Washington State Department of Transportation where he was responsible for traffic signals group, traffic analysis and channelization review, and traffic safety program. Dongho is active with Institute of Transportation Engineers and NACTO. Dongho drove a Zamboni during high school, which he considers as his “coolest” job ever!


Transportation -- Planning -- Washington (State) -- Seattle, Land use -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- Planning, Sustainable development, City planning


Transportation | Urban Studies and Planning

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Building Healthy Communities Through Seattle's Growth Policy