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City Hall

Bike Master Plan Delayed; Rasmussen Lights Into SDOT

Bike master plan delayed; council transportation chair not amused.

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PubliCalendar: $15 Minimum Wage Party and Volunteer Opportunities

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PubliCalendar: First Thursday and First $15 Minimum Wage Victory Party

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PubliCalendar: Saving Social Security

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PubliCalendar: Park Upgrades and Dumpster Divers

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News

Thomas Street Bike Overpass May Finally Get Funding

A $3.96 million grant from the Puget Sound Regional Council could provide the funding necessary to complete the a bike and pedestrian overpass over West Thomas St., if it passes approval by the PSRC's executive board.

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Putting Seattle In Perspective

BikeNerd spent the weekend in State College, PA, a very bike-unfriendly town. The experience served to highlight some of the things that Seattle's definitely doing right.

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Opinion

The City's Bike Master Plan Needs an Update

The Bicycle Master Plan recommends not building separated, on-road bike facilities, which seems to contradict some of SDOT's recent proposals. More significantly, it highlights the rapid progress of bike planning in the U.S. and the need for Seattle's BMP

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Seattle Proposes Not-So-Green "Green" Street

The city has plans for turning Thomas St. into a bike- and pedestrian-friendly "green" street. But with car-centric concessions being made to the deep bore tunnel, how green is it really?

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News

The Case For Separated Bicycle Facilities

Author and journalist Tom Vanderbilt makes a strong case for separated bicycle infrastructure. Seattle has some reading to do.

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Bike Master Plan Keeps Rolling With 7th Ave Buffered Lanes

The city's Bike Master Plan is moving slowly, so it's easy to get cynical about Seattle's commitment to bike infrastructure. But the latest improvements—buffered bike lanes, plans for cycletracks—represent concrete steps in the right direction.

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SDOT Installs "First" Buffered Bike Lanes On 130th

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Seventh Ave. Gets Buffered Bike Lanes

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Dragging Seattle Into The Transportation Future

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I Bet They Don't Have A Bike To Work Day ...

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City's Bike Work Plan Shows Promise and Problems

Opinion

There is a Way to Fund the Bicycle Master Plan

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Streets for All Seattle: Less Talk, More Action

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News

Sidewalks Not Sufficient for Cyclists in SODO

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