Along for the Ride

Seattle Isn’t a Bike Town for Everyone. This Group Wants to Change That.

Seattle Bike Train hopes to give newcomers a gentle introduction to bike commuting in this hilly city—and they do it sans lycra.

05/24/2019 By Philip Kiefer

Transportation Dispatch

The Seattle Scooter Invasion Has Begun

7 things you should know about the city's impending scooter share program.

05/10/2019 By Philip Kiefer

Questions Answered

Cathy Tuttle Is the New Face of Bike Activism

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

04/20/2015 By Josh Feit

Morning Fizz

GOP in Oblivion, Bikes in Forests, and Herbold in District 1

Caffeinated News featuring light rail money, bike trail controversy, and a new campaign committee.

02/03/2015 By Josh Feit

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Rack 'Em Up

Today's picks for civic nerds.

07/09/2014 By Ezra Parter

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Boats from the Past, Bikes for the Future

Today's picks for civic nerds

07/08/2014 By Ezra Parter

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: 4th of July Weekend

Today's picks for civic nerds

07/03/2014 By Ezra Parter

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Awards and Opportunities

Today's picks for civic nerds

06/17/2014 By Ezra Parter

Opinion

Are Greenways the Right Way?

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

05/23/2014 By Josh Feit

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Park Upgrades and Dumpster Divers

Today's picks for civic nerds

05/22/2014 By Ezra Parter

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Income and Housing Inequality

Today's picks for civic nerds

05/19/2014 By Ezra Parter

PubliCalendar

Publicalendar: Radical New Year and Volunteering

Today's picks for civic nerds.

12/31/2013 By Genie Leslie

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: A Final Christmas Movie and a Radical New Year

Today's picks for civic nerds.

12/30/2013 By Genie Leslie

Morning Fizz

Morning Fizz: Compatibility

Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring: stars, crashes, turnout, and expenses.

08/21/2013 By Morning Fizz

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.

10/28/2010 By Josh Cohen

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.

10/05/2010 By Josh Cohen

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

09/15/2010 By Josh Cohen

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.

08/03/2010 By Josh Cohen

Opinion

Nickerson Construction Begins, Bike-Vs-Car Debate Returns

KING-5's report on the Nickerson St. road diet construction paints it as a broad and shallow bikes-vs-cars issue. BikeNerd explains why that view is an impediment to progress.

07/26/2010 By Josh Cohen

News

Should Seattle Ban Turning Right on Red?

Convenient as they can be, Bicycle Alliance of Washington's Ted Inkley says making right turns on red are a serious impediment to bicyclists and pedestrians. Bike Nerd weighs in on Inkley's argument for an outright ban.

07/15/2010 By Josh Cohen