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No planned bicycle facilities? click to enlarge We recently received notice that Frager Road in...
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After just three weeks of intensive training rides, with the help of some amazing volunteers, 14...
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Cascade has been active full-time for two legislative sessions in Olympia. The 2010 election allows us to recognize some of our partners in the state legislature who are working create a more bicycle-friendly Washington, and some upstart candidates who are even out campaigning on their bikes. Read below for a full list of endorsed candidates in the upcoming primary.
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Students from the Major Taylor Project at Global Connections High School in SeaTac were featured in...
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What happens when you throw together three main federal agencies , add their respective regional...
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Would you like to see more and better trails completed around the state? This month offers four...
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SDOT is hosting several open houses in the north and south ends to go over upcoming projects. You'...
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Guest post featuring King County Metro's In Motion program: Have you noticed yellow posters around...
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This week, we were alerted last minute to an alarming situation in Spokane Valley - an important...
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Puget Sound Regional Council has released the following statement in response to Cascade Bicycle Club's appeal of Transportation 2040. “We’re really proud of the Transportation 2040 plan. And we’re confident it will stand up to any challenges. Thousands of citizens – representing many points of view – participated in the process and contributed to the plan over a several year period. The plan offers a balanced, sensible and realistic approach to meeting our region’s transportation needs. One of the exciting things about the plan is the initiatives aimed at addressing climate change. Our plan is one of the most proactive and progressive in the nation in the area of climate change. Local elected officials from the four counties overwhelmingly support the plan – the vote to approve the plan was 54 to two. We encourage interested citizens to find out more about the plan by visiting www.psrc.org.” Let's address these arguments from bottom to top.

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