The Chinatown-International District has been a bustling hub for many generations.The three distinct neighborhoods that gave birth to the C-ID; Chinatown, Japantown, and Little Saigon have morphed and merged while at the same time becoming a vital centerpiece of the Seattle landscape.
This rich historical community of Seattle is home to one the busiest commuting crossroads in the whole region. Cars, trucks, buses, Amtrak, Link Light Rail and Sounder trains, all bring residents, workers, visitors and sport fans to the area. This constant commuter activity compounded by the many restaurants and other commercial activities, contributes to impacts from air pollution.
We have been working with the community and a variety of community-led organizations to understand their needs and concerns.
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