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Over 100,000 people are expected to attend Hempfest this weekend in Myrtle Edwards Park, Friday,...
In order to ensure that your club remains strong, Cascade's Board of Directors is in the process of...
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Calling all Greenwood/Phinney Residents. We are inviting you to come out and play in the street...
The folks over at Choose Your Way Bellevue are running a story contest throughout August called "...
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In case you haven’t had the opportunity to read any of the articles highlighting WSDOT’s data from the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) ( here , here , here and so on), we’ll provide our own “brief” take of the recently released FEIS with an emphasis on why the bored-tunnel project doesn’t improve conditions for bicyclists – hence our position on Referendum 1 . More specifically, I will illustrate how the bored-tunnel makes bicycling less safe and desirable in Seattle, reduces transit performance, puts more traffic on Seattle’s waterfront, and at $3+ billion, makes investments in bicycling, walking and transit and unlikely reality. But before we get into the wonky data, let’s take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Get a cup of coffee and read on.
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The saga begins in spring of 2011, a time when the budgets of businesses and organizations were...
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[September update: Proposition 1 is set at $60, which means it's even easier to bike off those...
8/2/11 update Over the weekend, our staff remembered that Mike Wang had participated in the Bike...
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CTAC III recommended VLF allocation Are you still on the fence about the proposed $80 Vehicle...
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