Cycling

A photo shows a road with a bike lane.

Catch Up on Development in the Roosevelt Station Area

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When we last covered new development coming to the Roosevelt Station area, the Link light rail Northgate extension was still over two years away...

After Years of Delay, 4th Avenue Protected Bike Lane Opens Downtown

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This past weekend, Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) crews marked out a protected bike lane on 4th Avenue in downtown Seattle, extending the existing...

Greenwood Set to Get First Permanent ‘Healthy Street’ Upgrades

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Beacon Hill, Delridge, Highland Park, and Bell Street Park are next up for permanent upgrades after Greenwood. In the next few weeks, the Seattle Department...
A map of the multi-use trail connecting Lake Washington to Puget Sound. The trail is divided into segments A to E.

Exciting Progress on the 16-Mile Lake to Sound Trail

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It’s almost time to say hello to a 16-mile multi-use trail connecting Renton to Des Moines and everything in between. King County Parks will soon...

Amazon Kicks in $7.5 Million for the Eastrail

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Tech giant Amazon is partnering with King County to fund completion of the Wilburton and Wilburton Trestle trail segments in Bellevue, contributing $7.5 million...

Sunday Video: Safe Cycling Showdown – Good v. Bad City Design (Plus 1, Minus...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8F5hXqS-Ac Not Just Bikes showcases an urban cycling game with Canadian counterpart from Shifter. The duo of vloggers show what their bike rides look like...

Seattle On Pace to Record Highest Number of Traffic Fatalities Since 2006

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Seattle is on track to see a huge increase in the number of people killed by traffic violence on its streets in 2021. The...

Midweek Video: E-Bikes Could Change Cities Forever

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https://youtu.be/IJkzX6sy6sE Dave Amos looks at how e-bikes, which are useful at mid distances, are catching on and could change the way people get around in...