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



Seattle was once a city built of brick, and traces of that city still cling to the painted facades on the sides and backs of historic downtown buildings...

07/11/2010 By Dan Bertolet


SDOT Proposes Maple Leaf Bike Lanes, Parking Removal

BikeNerd's starting to sound like a broken record—in a good way. The city proposes another road diet, this one for Roosevelt Way NE.

07/09/2010 By Josh Cohen


The Case For Separated Bicycle Facilities

Author and journalist Tom Vanderbilt makes a strong case for separated bicycle infrastructure. Seattle has some reading to do.

07/06/2010 By Josh Cohen


Ask BikeNerd: Burke-Gilman Rights-of-Way

In the first installment of our new weekly feature, "Ask BikeNerd," Josh C. answers a reader question about stop and yield signs along the Burke-Gilman trail.

07/02/2010 By Josh Cohen


More Righteous Advocates. Please?

With so many problems plaguing bicyclists, it can be tough to decide where to draw the line and fight. Bike Nerd is convinced that vehicles parked in bike lanes is one of those lines.

06/30/2010 By Josh Cohen


Here Comes the Sun

06/11/2010 By Josh Cohen


Open House-Palooza!

04/09/2010 By Jane Hodges