Friday, 23 October, 2020
The Rainier RapidRide Line is coming to the Rainier Valley in 2021 and will provide very frequent 24-hour service and improve the quality of bus operations, bus stops, and bus design. The route will largely replace the existing Route...
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...
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...
While we wait for the full results of the Durkan administration's reassessment of spending and deliverables in Seattle's nine-year Move Seattle transportation levy, details are starting to emerge on where exactly we are in certain programs. Last Wednesday, Interim...
On October 14th, former Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata wrote a blog post that may mislead enough people to stop an excellent local transit project that Seattle Subway has supported since its inception. Since publishing his post,...
On Tuesday we sardonically noted that Seattle had gotten itself a new youth jail for Christmas (real festive!) in a headline. That got us thinking what more appropriate gifts would be for our forward-thinking city. The first step to writing...
https://vimeo.com/126559350 Take a quick peek at this video by Cascade Bicycle Club. Then make sure to add your signature thanking Mayor Ed Murray for the 2nd Avenue Protected Bike Lane and ask for a complete Downtown protected bike lane network!
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) revealed its 60% designs for the Missing Link portion of the Burke-Gillman Trail yesterday. The Missing Link is a gap in the multi-use trail between 11th Ave NW to 30th Ave NW (downtown...