Sunday, 16 June, 2019

Guy de Gouville

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Guy is a high school student in Bellevue with a strong desire to become an urban planner. Before moving to Bellevue, he grew up in the Paris metropolitan area where he fell in love with and learned from some of the best rail systems in Europe. Translating his experiences from abroad to Seattle, Guy is now passionate about improving this region's public transit (especially marine-based transportation) and cycling infrastructure. Aside from the technical side of things, Guy also enjoys photography and music.
The protected bike lane built by the City of Seattle on Dexter Ave in South Lake Union (located between Republican Street and Denny Way) has created a challenging situation for parking despite the best of intentions. The parking lane is now further away from the curb while the bike lane...
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRMHRQP2bw8] 152nd Ave NE is a street in Redmond that links Microsoft's Overlake campus with the Bel-Red area of Bellevue. The street is the central part of Overlake Village, a neighorhood and area undergoing significant urban redevelopment in the City of Redmond. East Link's Overlake Village Station will also be located...
When we reported that the Kalakala was getting scrapped, we did not expect much of the ship would be saved. However, interest in preserving pieces of the ship picked up when the scrapping process began. A few sizable parts were bought by both Gerry Kingen (the owner of Salty's Restaurant in West...
Next summer, the City of Bellevue will repave 116th Ave NE from NE 12th St to Northup Way, north of the Overlake hospital. The city is planning to change the current configuration of the street from two northbound lanes, a center turn lane, and a southbound lane to one lane...
The first two bike counters in the city of Bellevue were installed on the I-90 and SR-520 trails in the first week of March. The I-90 trail counter is located just east of the East Channel Bridge, while the SR-520 trail counter is located at the western end of...
On the beautiful day of January 25th, I set out on an interesting bike trip: hitting all of Seattle's protected bike lanes in one ride, in one morning. My route would take me 60 miles from the Eastside to Seattle and back to the Eastside, climbing many hills and...
Join Pronto! on Thursday for a celebration of everything bike-related in Pioneer Square. The event is a great moment to socialize with other cyclists, talk about bike culture, and argue about the proposal to toll bikes on SR-520. The event will include a short social ride at 6:00, as well...
Roy Street serves as the main bike arterial between South Lake Union and Lower Queen Anne, passing north of Seattle Center. As part of the Mercer Corridor Project, the street was changed from a wesbound one-way street to a two-way street. Buffered bike lanes were added on either side of...