Earlier this month, Seattle announced the permanent closure of about 20 miles of neighborhood streets to most vehicle traffic.

The streets had initially been closed temporarily to through traffic to provide more space for people to walk and bike at a safe distance apart during the coronavirus pandemic. The city later decided the closures would be permanent.

Traffic Lab is a Seattle Times project that digs into the region’s thorny transportation issues, spotlights promising approaches to easing gridlock, and helps readers find the best ways to get around. It is funded with the help of community sponsors Alaska Airlines, Kemper Development Co., NHL Seattle, PEMCO Mutual Insurance Company and Seattle Children’s hospital. Seattle Times editors and reporters operate independently of our funders and maintain editorial control over Traffic Lab content.

The Stay Healthy Streets initiative includes streets in the Aurora-Licton Springs, BallardCentral District, West SeattleGreenwood, Othello, Rainier Beach and Beacon Hill neighborhoods.

While closed to through traffic, the streets remain open to drivers who live there, as well as delivery services and emergency vehicles.

More streets could be closed in the coming months, depending on community demand, the city says.

We asked readers which additional streets — if any — they would like to see closed to most traffic. We received more than 100 submissions. Here were some of the most popular. Vote on which street you think should be added to the Stay Healthy Streets program.

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