Friday, 23 October, 2020
JUMP is the only bikeshare operator left standing in Seattle in 2020. Although the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has permitted more than 10,000 bikeshare bikes in the city, JUMP's estimated 3,500 e-assist bikes are the sum...
Seattle is joining the list of cities using open streets to help weather the coronavirus pandemic by helping people walking, rolling, and biking safely distance themselves outside. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) announced...
Nothing stops the chorus of a city’s urban dance than a parking garage or surface lot. In the booming age of Seattle’s downtown core, with cranes becoming mainstay images of our skyline, it’s amazing that any parking...
On Friday, when the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) announced its third set of streets open to people walking and rolling, calming them for people on bicycles as well, the list did not include any streets inside...
It's hard to believe that before 2012, there wasn't a way to get from Uptown to Seattle's world-class waterfront walking and biking trail without backtracking nearly to Belltown. The Thomas Street Overpass today is a key part...
The City announced yesterday its new Stay Healthy Streets program would be expanding today. The streets being pedestrianized are in Beacon Hill, Greenwood, the Rainier Valley, and an additional street in the Central District, which will bring...
Over the summer, separate surveys and public meetings discussed replacing the Magnolia Bridge, replacing the Ballard Bridge, replacing the BNSF Railway's Salmon Bay Bridge, running light rail to Ballard, examining the viability of golf at Interbay, and...
The bike infrastructure around the Seattle Center Arena is on track to get an upgrade by the time visitors start arriving at the new arena--currently in the middle of being renovated into a larger sports and event...