Friday, 23 October, 2020
How much should Seattle spend on bridge maintenance and where should the money come from? People often think of Seattle as a city of hills, but it is also a city of bridges. The...
On Wednesday, Lime launched their first 500 shareable e-scooters in Seattle to accompany their relaunch of around 500 bikes in June. This launch is a part of Seattle's scootershare pilot program, which was greenlit by the city...
Scootershare finally got the go ahead on Monday as the Seattle City Council voted eight-to-one to approve a pilot program. Transportation Chair Alex Pedersen was the only no vote on the legislation, which permits scooters on streets,...
Before Covid, the Fremont Bridge was set to surpass the 1.2 million bike trips logged in 2019, yet cyclists and pedestrians still have to compete for space on one of Seattle's busiest thoroughfares.
Despite rumors to the contrary, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is still targeting a 2024 opening for RapidRide J Line, which will speed up the Route 70 bus, and is not planning to shift project funds to...
Joining with other Move All Seattle Sustainably (MASS) coalition members, The Urbanist has signed onto a letter co-written by advocates West Seattle Bike Connections, Duwamish Valley Safe Streets, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, and Cascade Bicycle Club demanding that the...
A long term goal of many Seattle bike advocates has been a safe, all ages, all abilities bike route through Southeast Seattle. Two projects slated to open in 2023 are working their way through the process and...
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is moving ahead with a 4th Avenue protected bike lane in Downtown Seattle, a project that had been put on hold two years ago by Mayor Jenny Durkan. The department plans...