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Thumbnail for - Bike Master Plan Delayed; Rasmussen Lights Into SDOT
Aug 12, 2014
City Hall
Bike master plan delayed; council transportation chair not amused.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: $15 Minimum Wage Party and Volunteer Opportunities
Jun 6, 2014
PubliCalendar
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: First Thursday and First $15 Minimum Wage Victory Party
Jun 5, 2014
PubliCalendar
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Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Saving Social Security
Jun 4, 2014
PubliCalendar
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Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Park Upgrades and Dumpster Divers
May 22, 2014
PubliCalendar
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - Thomas Street Bike Overpass May Finally Get Funding
Aug 6, 2010
News
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...
Thumbnail for - Putting Seattle In Perspective
Aug 3, 2010
News
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.
Thumbnail for - The City's Bike Master Plan Needs an Update
Jul 21, 2010
Opinion
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...
Thumbnail for - Seattle Proposes Not-So-Green "Green" Street
Jul 8, 2010
News
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?
Thumbnail for - The Case For Separated Bicycle Facilities
Jul 6, 2010
News
Author and journalist Tom Vanderbilt makes a strong case for separated bicycle infrastructure. Seattle has some reading to do.
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