Planning bicycle infrastructure doesn't have to be a snooze-fest. Join us Saturday for Silly Hilly, a fun and inclusive ride/walk to explore potential routes for the Central Area Neighborhood Greenway. [Read on...]
We did it! The Seattle City Council just unanimously approved the new Bicycle Master Plan! Huge thanks to Councilmembers Tom Rasmussen, Sally Bagshaw, Sally Clark and Mike O'Brien, the Seattle Department of Transportation and Mayor Ed Murray and his staff.
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.
If we are going to plan, design and build a brand new place to bike and walk in Delridge, let's make sure we get it right. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is hosting an open house in Delridge this Tuesday, Nov.19, that will give neighbors a chance to show support for the Delridge Neighborhood Greenway along 21st and 17th avenues SW between the West Seattle Bridge Trail and SW Cambridge Street.