Cycling

SDOT Finalizes Northgate Bridge Design and Aims for Early 2021 Opening

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The Northgate pedestrian and bicycle bridge is now a go. Last week, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) announced the design of the bridge...

Protected Bike Lane on MLK Way S Heads to Survey Phase

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One of the final things that safe cycling advocate Mike O'Brien did before exiting the Seattle City Council at the end of last year...

Pedestrian Deaths Continue to Climb, WSDOT Safety Report Shows

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The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has released its annual Active Transportation Safety Report, and the news from 2018 is not good. Between...

Shoreline’s Plans for 145th Street Reveal Multimodal Corridor Design Challenges

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Multimodal corridors are intended to reduce automobile dependence by integrating rapid transit into existing freeway infrastructure. However, designing transit around freeways can make it...

Mayor Durkan Cancels 35th Ave NE Bike Lanes, Caves To Anti-Safe Streets Advocates

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Behind closed doors earlier today, recently appointed director of the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), Samuel Zimbabwe, interim transportation advisor to Mayor Jenny Durkan,...

SDOT Considers Alternatives to Eastlake Bike Lanes, But It’s Clear There Are None

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While Lynnwood Link is slated to get its badly needed $100 million from Congress in the latest appropriation from D.C., Seattle's RapidRide projects wait...

Councilmember Mosqueda Proposes Capitol Hill Location for First Pedestrian Superblock

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Yesterday, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog broke the story that Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda has a spot in mind to introduce 'superilles'--or pedestrian superblocks modeled off...

NE 43rd St Will Not Be a Pedestrian Street

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After a long process around what the front door of Sound Transit's University District station on NE 43rd St will look like at the...