Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Ian Crozier

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Ian is an urban planner working in Seattle and a member of Central Seattle Greenways. He is passionate about places - from cities to hamlets, islands to mountains - and loves seeing them all by bike.
Seattle's approach to building bicycle infrastructure often has the appearance of an earnest toddler desperately throwing spaghetti against the wall. That spaghetti isn't nothing--the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has built well-designed and protected bike lanes with bright paint buffers or bollards, "cross-bikes" at tricky intersections, bike traffic signals,...
Skirting the eastern edges of the greater Seattle area, the Snoqualmie River flows down from the Cascades through a broad river valley spread with farmland and old railroad towns. It’s the eastern edge of our metropolis, of the lowland coastal climate we enjoy, and of our indefatigable transit system,...