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If you live in or commute through Seattle’s Central District, you may have heard about the myriad...
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Imagine a Seattle connected by 450 miles of protected bike lanes and greenways that are safe for everybody to ride, whether you ride a trike, triple-crank, three-speed or fixie. The Seattle City Council is set to vote on a new plan to make exactly that happen. Learn more and email in a letter in support.
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Exciting news is coming out of Boston where doctors have introduced a new solution to help low-...
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In preparation for its 2014 launch, Puget Sound Bike Share announced today that it will be moving forward with world-class partners Alta Bicycle Share and 8D Technologies to provide bike share station hardware, software and operational solutions.
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Great News! The PeopleForBikes Green Lane Project today announced it has selected six new U.S...
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Sound Transit is hosting an open house on Wednesday, March 12 for the Northgate Station 90% designs...
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It doesn't take fancy or expensive gear to keep riding in colder weather. Bike Month Coordinator Mary Collins shares some tips and tricks for safe and warm winter commuting.
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I hate to break your heart like this so soon after Valentine’s Day, but the 2014 Group Health...
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Today, the Westlake Stakeholders Group withdrew their appeal of the "determination of non-significance" to the environmental review of the Seattle Bicycle Master Plan Update. In addition, Mayor Ed Murray announced the creation of a special "Westlake Cycle Track Design Advisory Committee."
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UPDATE 2/13/2014: Barnett's case went to Court yesterday and the vulnerable user ticket was upheld...

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