Cycling

What the Georgetown to South Park Trail Will Look Like

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For more than 20 years, residents of Georgetown and South Park have been advocating for a safer way to travel between the two neighborhoods....

Seven Takeaways from WSDOT’s New Active Transportation Plan

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Intended to serve as a compass for the future of walking, biking, and rolling on or across state roadways, Active Transportation Plan 2020 and...

Pioneer Square’s Streetscapes To Get Upgrades with Waterfront Project

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With construction on the complete rebuild (and expansion) of Alaskan Way well underway, the long-planned new Seattle waterfront is happening before our eyes. Traffic...

MLK Way Protected Bike Lane Advances to Next Phase of Design

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Plans for a protected bike lane on Martin Luther King Jr Way S between Mount Baker Station and (still under construction) Judkins Park Station...

What Seattle’s Permanent Stay Healthy Streets Could Look Like

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Last May, Seattle made national headlines with an announcement that the Durkan administration would be building on the success of its pandemic-focused Stay Healthy...

60% Designs for Route 44 Add Some Pedestrian Improvements

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The Route 44 Transit-Plus Multimodal Corridor (TPMC) had reached the 60% design milestone, and last week the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) of shared...

SDOT and MASS Coalition Oppose Pedersen’s Bridge Bond Plan Ahead of Wednesday Committee Vote

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On Wednesday, the Seattle City Council's transportation committee will vote on Chair Alex Pedersen's amendment altering spending priorities for the $20 vehicle license fee...

Freight Advisory Board Pushes Back Against West Marginal Bike Lane in Secret Meeting

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The Seattle Freight Advisory Board devoted a significant portion of their April meeting detailing reasons that the City should not install a protected bike...