With so many recent innovations and experiments in on-road bicycle facility design, there's little consensus on how best to design them or even what to call a particular design. But standardization is necessary if Seattle wants to meet its Bike Master Pla
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
Unsatisfied with the intra-neighborhood bike and pedestrian facilities in Beacon Hill, Beacon BIKES! organized, landed a $15,000 grant, and set out to create a neighborhood network that meets their needs.
An uninsured eastern-Washington driver will likely go unpunished after hitting and severely injuring a bicyclist and killing a pedestrian. It's just another amongst many examples of why Washington needs a vulnerable users law.
SDOT installed traditional bike lanes on 11th Ave through the U-District this week, the second half of the Roosevelt-11th Ave couplet. BikeNerd took the lanes for a test spin and (mostly) liked what he saw.
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.
Maple Leaf bike lane detractors won a partial victory this week when SDOT announced it will postpone part of its NE Roosevelt bike lane project. BikeNerd sees this as a wake up call for Seattle's silent bike advocates.
BikeNerd joined 10,000 other cyclists on Cascade Bike Club's annual Seattle-to-Portland ride. Over the course of his 202-mile, one-day ride, BikeNerd made some new friends, made a few enemies, and ate his weight in energy bars.
SDOT held an open house in West Seattle last night to present their proposals to remove a car lane and add in bike and pedestrian infrastructure on SW Admiral Way drawing heat from frightened residents.