It’s time to act on climate change and make Seattle’s streets safe and accessible for everyone: people of all ages, languages, ethnicities, genders, races, and abilities.

Join us on Sunday, June 16 for this family-friendly (and father-friendly!) event calling on City leadership to act boldly on transportation. We'll meet at Seattle City Hall at 1pm for a fun rally and then bike, walk and roll with hundreds of people down 4th Avenue to Westlake Park, where there will be actions to take as well as music, art, and other activities.

There will be a marching band, public officials, calls to action, and plenty of fun as we urge Seattle leaders to step up.

Participating Organizations


350 Seattle ~ 500 Women Scientists Seattle ~ Ballard‑Fremont Greenways ~ Cascade Bicycle Club ~ Central Seattle Greenways ~ Disability Rights Washington ~ Duwamish Valley Safe Streets ~ Green Lake & Wallingford Safe Streets ~ Greenwood‑Phinney Greenways ~ Lake City Greenways ~ Licton‑Haller Greenways ~ Pinehurst Greenways ~ Queen Anne Greenways ~ Rooted in Rights ~ Safe 35th Ave NE ~ Seattle Neighborhood Greenways ~ Seattle Subway ~ Seattle Transit Blog ~ Sierra Club Seattle Group ~ Transit Riders Union ~ The Urbanist ~ Urban Sparks ~ Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility ~ West Seattle Bike Connections



We could use your help! Willing to put up posters, hand out fliers, do day-of set-up, or help guide the ride? Then sign-up and tell us what volunteer activities you’d like to do.