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Lots of people agree --- Seattle needs a safe route for bicyclists of all ages and abilities along Westlake, connecting Fremont to South Lake Union. After years of hard work, we're so close to building a protected bike lane in the Westlake corridor. We've got the funding, the budgeting and the planning all lined up. But now the same attorney who tied up the Burke-Gilman Trail’s Missing Link in the courts for a decade is now trying to do the same to the Westlake Protected Bike Lane. Luckily, we've got a plan to stop them.
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During the 2007 Seattle Bicycle Master Plan process, Westlake was the second-most requested...
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Photo courtesy of WSDOT As the new Alaskan Way is designed, we need to ensure families and...
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Imagine if two lanes of I-5 were shut down. You would face an unprecedented traffic nightmare. You...
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How do you envision a safe and accessible 23rd Avenue? Improvement is coming for those who bike...
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Kirkland resident Glen Bluhmann has a vision. He envisions being able to go from his Eastside home...
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I don’t think I have ever been so happy/sad/excited/depressed in my life. I am giving up a great...
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With Seattle’s first neighborhood greenway -- the Wallingford Greenway -- now completed and in use...
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We've been talking a lot about Northgate recently, and for good reason . The future construction of...
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I don’t believe it. Remember that backroom deal for Northgate that’s bad for bicycling? Well, it’s...

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