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Cathy Tuttle Is the New Face of Bike Activism

Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is shifting the conversation about bikes from spandex to training wheels.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 04/20/2015

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PubliCalendar: Rack 'Em Up

Today's picks for civic nerds.

  • By Ezra Parter
  • Published 07/09/2014

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PubliCalendar: Boats from the Past, Bikes for the Future

Today's picks for civic nerds

  • By Ezra Parter
  • Published 07/08/2014

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PubliCalendar: 4th of July Weekend

Today's picks for civic nerds

  • By Ezra Parter
  • Published 07/03/2014

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PubliCalendar: Awards and Opportunities

Today's picks for civic nerds

  • By Ezra Parter
  • Published 06/17/2014

Opinion

Are Greenways the Right Way?

Part of SDOT's $40 million upgrade to 23rd Ave. includes an adjacent greenway.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 05/23/2014

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PubliCalendar: Income and Housing Inequality

Today's picks for civic nerds

  • By Ezra Parter
  • Published 05/19/2014

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Publicalendar: Radical New Year and Volunteering

Today's picks for civic nerds.

  • By Genie Leslie
  • Published 12/31/2013

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PubliCalendar: A Final Christmas Movie and a Radical New Year

Today's picks for civic nerds.

  • By Genie Leslie
  • Published 12/30/2013

News

Children's Hospital to Invest $2M to Improve Bike and Ped Infrastructure

As part of their $1 billion expansion and 20-year comprehensive transportation plan, Seattle Children's hospital is spending $2 million to improve bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in Northeast Seattle.

  • By Josh Cohen
  • Published 10/28/2010

News

Is Education The Real Key To Getting More People on Bikes?

Quality infrastructure has long been touted as the key to boosting the number of bicyclists. But, a recent campaign in Bellingham shows that targeted education can have a seriously significant influence on the number of riders on the road.

  • By Josh Cohen
  • Published 10/05/2010

News

A Little Financial Food for Thought

Twitter has been abuzz about an exciting bikey financial fact the past few weeks: Portland built its entire 300-mile network of bike ways for the cost of a single mile of urban freeway. It's an excellent reminder of how comparatively low cost bike infrast

  • By Josh Cohen
  • Published 09/15/2010

News

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.

  • By Josh Cohen
  • Published 08/03/2010
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