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December 9, 2014 Scott Kubly Director, Seattle Department of Transportation Seattle Municipal Tower...
Bike news
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cascade Bicycle Club congratulates new SDOT Paulo Nunes-Ueno Contact: Anne-...
Advocacy news
Just one week after the installation of the new protected bike lane on Second Avenue, ridership has...
Advocacy news
Friday, Sept. 19, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 9th Ave between Denny and Thomas More information here Friday,...
Bike news
If you live in or commute through Seattle’s Central District, you may have heard about the myriad...
Bike news
Pedaling throughout the city over the past month, riders may have noticed some mysterious new infrastructure—rubbery diamond loops attached to small metal boxes—sprouting up across popular bike paths and greenways. Say “hello” to Seattle’s newest bicycle counters! SDOT announced this morning not one, not two but seven new bicycle counters throughout Seattle.
Bike news
Missing link
UPDATE: On Saturday, Dec 21, Cascade staff, Friends of the Burke-Gilman Trail and Ballard neighbors...
Bike news
Last night, bicycling's most important moment in Seattle took place at City Hall. The much-anticipated Seattle Bike Master Plan Update came before the City Council for a special hearing, and dozens of people came out in support of safe roads.
Bike news
family biking
Whether you’re an 8-year-old kid or an 80-year-old grandparent, getting around Seattle on a bike should be safe, easy and comfortable. When fully implemented, Seattle’s ambitious new Bike Master Plan (BMP) will make that vision a reality.
Bike news
As the days get shorter, people on bicycles need to take special care to be visible to cars and...

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