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Cliff Owen/AP I was joking with co-workers today that I woke up thinking about Ray LaHood. Except...
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The "Green Route" along Shilshole Ave had the fewest intersections by an order of magnitude...
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Make way for the do-it-yourselfers! For the second year, we're inviting anyone and everyone to host...
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It's spring. Trails are getting busier again. All those people you didn't see on your commute in...
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Cascade Bicycle Club, Sierra Club Cascade Chapter and Great City join a coalition of community, labor, transportation and environmental groups in proudly announcing Streets For All Seattle , a new campaign calling for adequately funding multimodal transportation initiatives in Seattle. The Streets For All Seattle supporters believe that walking, bicycling and transit should be the easiest means of transportation in Seattle. But the current situation shows pending cuts in Metro service hours and insufficient funding for the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plans. The Streets For All Seattle coalition has identified a number of potential funding sources – to the tune of $30 million dollars – for walking, biking and transit infrastructure. We look forward to working with the Seattle City Council, Mayor McGinn and partners to create dedicated funding mechanisms for multi-modal transportation initiatives in Seattle. Streets For All Seattle also looks forward to engaging Seattle citizens in a conversation about how we fund and build the pedestrian, bicycle and transit infrastructure to align with a forward-thinking vision, one that includes transportation choices that make sense for our city and vibrant neighborhoods that are safe and accessible for everyone. Please see the letter below from Streets For All Seattle
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As we predicted yesterday afternoon, the 2010 Group Health Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic is...
Despite setbacks for safety in areas like the Missing Link , we're continuing our work to promote...
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News from the courthouse. Though Judge James Rogers ruled against Salmon Bay Sand and Gravel and...
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Big news! I just checked in with our event team, and the word is that the Group Health Seattle to...
Yesterday I answered a survey from The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals . They'...

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