Blog

Tags
Bike news
Guest post featuring King County Metro's In Motion program: Have you noticed yellow posters around...
Bike news
This week, we were alerted last minute to an alarming situation in Spokane Valley - an important...
Events and rides
The Group Health Seattle to Portland is an amazing accomplishment for any cyclist. But for the high...
Bike news
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.
Events and rides
We're hosting a commuter station at the University Village Counterbalance Bicycles from 6:30 – 9 a...
Bike news
As of 5 p.m. on June 23, 2010, Cascade Bicycle Club along with Futurewise and the Sierra Club, will have filed a complaint to block adoption of PSRC’s Transportation 2040 (T2040) , the region's 30-year transportation plan. Our legal basis for this challenge is PSRC's failure to meet the statutory goals and benchmarks for reducing vehicle miles traveled (VMT) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through the adoption of T2040. The failure to meet VMT reduction limits results in increased motor vehicle traffic on the region’s highways and arterials, the construction of fewer miles of facilities for non-motorized travel and in turn, reduces the desirability and safety of bicycling throughout the region.
Bike news
I know, right! For years we have been hearing about all the great things going on Amsterdam and...
Bike news
A group of 20 of our most ambitious Major Taylor students have begun training for this year's Group...
Bike news
This just in... SEATTLE – The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has just put the...
At their annual end of year Moving Up Assembly last Tuesday, the Major Taylor Project was honored...

Pages