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

Friday Editorial

Bike Sharing Is Bike Infrastructure

A public investment in bike infrastructure should include bikes.

03/04/2016 By Josh Feit


PubliCalendar: Guns Away, Anchors Aweigh

Today's picks for civic nerds.

07/07/2014 By Ezra Parter


Isn't it Weird That...

Some weird things we noticed about parks and parking.

05/22/2014 By Josh Feit and Erica C. Barnett

Morning Fizz

Morning Fizz: I Wanted to Crawl Under My Chair

Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring more on the $15 minimum wage standoff, bike lanes, and public disclosure.

04/08/2014 By Morning Fizz

Afternoon Jolt

Friday Jolt: Westlake Bike Lane Back on Track

The day's winners and losers.

02/14/2014 By Afternoon Jolt

Morning Fizz

Morning Fizz: "Artificially Capping UberX is Not the Answer."

Caffeinated news and gossip featuring polling, biking, capping, and the streetcar.

02/12/2014 By Morning Fizz

Extra Fizz

Inside City Hall Fizz: Turnover, Bike Lanes, Broadband, and More

Extra fizz featuring turnover at City Hall and the Seattle Times, bike lanes, and more.

01/08/2014 By Erica C. Barnett


PubliCalendar: Bikes and Bill McKibben

Today's picks for political and civic nerds.

11/06/2012 By Katie Vincent


Fear of Commitment

Bike advocates want specific goals outlined in city's Bike Master Plan.

10/01/2012 By Danielle Zorn


One Question for the Cascade Bicycle Club

Today's question: What's up with the city's bike master plan?

08/30/2012 By Erica C. Barnett


Bike Master Plan Due for an Update

Although a Seattle Times story implies the bike plan has been a failure because the mayor has proposed updating it next year, the plan itself calls for an update in 2012. Photo via SDOT.

11/02/2011 By Erica C. Barnett


What the $80 License Fee Will Get You

This November, Seattle voters could be asked to approve an $80 license fee for transportation improvements. Here's a look at what that money could pay for.

07/06/2011 By Erica C. Barnett

City Hall

What Good is a City No One Can Walk In?

There's an easy way to fix Seattle's crumbling infrastructure. (Dorsol Plants is filling in for Dan Bertolet this week. Bertolet is on vacation.)

08/18/2010 By Dorsol Plants



Jerry Baker has ridden every Seattle to Portland cycling event. With his advice and a little hard work, you can start your own streak.

01/07/2009 By Bill Thorness