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Along with the news that bike loading is now permitted in both the Ride-Free Area and Downtown...
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Missing Link slide show On July 15, 2009, we learned that Cascade Bicycle Club and the City of...
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A bad hearing, followed by a mad scramble for signatures, followed by disingenuous fiscal note by...
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The vulnerable user bill faces a critical deadline today, the cutoff date for bills to be passed by...
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Seattle Bicycle Expo is the largest consumer bicycle show in the United States, and this year’s...
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The US Senate is working to pass a jobs bill with the goal of aiding the economy. But the current...
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Join us at Transportation Choice's Friday Forum for a presentation by the Puget Sound Regional Council on the draft Transportation 2040 plan, followed by a panel discussion of stakeholders from around the region, including Cascade's Advocacy Director, David Hiller. Public comments on the draft plan are due by Tuesday, March 9 to the PSRC. There will be an opportunity for you to submit your comments at the Friday Forum as well. The Puget Sound Region (Kitsap, King, Snohomish and Pierce Counties) is expected to grow by roughly 1.5 million people in the next 30 years. But don’t go running yet; fortunately we have an opportunity to help inform how the region prepares for this growth from a transportation perspective. With this in mind, ask yourself (or your children), what do you want your neighborhood, city and region to look and function like in 30 years? And what do you think the role of transportation should be? Unfortunately, you don’t have much time to think about this. The Puget Sound Regional Council has produced a Draft Transportation Plan (Transportation 2040) , which is open for public comment until Tuesday, March 9 . We are at a critical point in this discussion about what we should be prioritizing: is it moving more cars more efficiently, or is it moving more people more efficiently?
Roll on over to the Solo Bar at 200 Roy Street TONIGHT for the CSC Happy Hour . There’s no gimmick...
If you live or work in South Park or the Duwamish industrial area, you may be concerned that you'll...
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Even if you've seen Schoolhouse Rock, there's a lot more to our state legislative process. Unlike...

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