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From our Bike Events CalendarMar29Wed5:30 pm Your Voice Your Choice Broadview @ Seattle Public Library-Broadview BranchYour Voice Your Choice Broadview @ Seattle Public Library-Broadview BranchMar 29 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pmGo to at least ONE meeting if you have the time. Here’s a schedule of when ALL project review meetings will be held in March. http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/event-calendar You don’t need to only go to a meeting where you live, but you … Continue reading →5:30 pm Your Voice Your Choice Central D...Your Voice Your Choice Central D...Mar 29 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pmGo to at least ONE meeting if you have the time. Here’s a schedule of when ALL project review meetings will be held in March. http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/event-calendar You don’t need to only go to a meeting where you live, but you … Continue reading →Mar30Thu5:30 pm Your Voice Your Choice Columbia ... @ The Seattle Public Library Columbia City BranchYour Voice Your Choice Columbia ... @ The Seattle Public Library Columbia City BranchMar 30 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pmGo to at least ONE meeting if you have the time. Here’s a schedule of when ALL project review meetings will be held in March. http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/event-calendar You don’t need to only go to a meeting where you live, but you … Continue reading →5:30 pm Your Voice Your Choice West Seattle @ The Seattle Public LibraryYour Voice Your Choice West Seattle @ The Seattle Public LibraryMar 30 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm6:30 pm Bike Works Volunteer Repair Party @ Bike Works ClassroomsBike Works Volunteer Repair Party @ Bike Works ClassroomsMar 30 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pmDetails: Are you a new volunteer? Do you have worktrade debt from a Bike Works class? Are you a volunteer from Bike Works past and want to re-engage? Are you interested in learning more about bikes while participating in some … Continue reading →
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Tag Archives: pike/pine
Pike/Pine is one of the most needed and promising connections in the entire Seattle bike network. And the multi-agency One Center City partnership is looking to make major near-term changes along the corridor between Pike Place Market and Broadway that … Continue reading
Much of the talk about public benefits from the planned Washington State Convention Center expansion has been focused on the very exciting idea of building a lid over more of I-5 connecting downtown to Capitol Hill and First Hill. The … Continue reading
Public Bikes will open its first ever retail location outside the Bay Area in Seattle this spring. With stylish, often solid-colored city bikes priced in the low-to-mid range, Public Bikes will be moving into the bike shop vacuum Velo left … Continue reading
Nap Cantwell would have been 19 today. Flowers and two ghost bikes now adorn the intersection where he crashed into the side of a van May 29. He died one week later.
The young man who was seriously injured when he collided with a van while biking down Pike at Boren late last month has died, Capitol Hill Seattle reports. Nap Cantwell was the son of Dick Cantwell, owner of Elysian Brewing, … Continue reading
A man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries Tuesday morning after colliding with a van at Pike and Boren. According to police, he was riding eastbound westbound on Pike (which is uphill) (UPDATE: Commenter X below said the … Continue reading
In a welcome addition to the often-maligned downhill bike lane on E Pine, SDOT has painted a green bike lane through the intersection at Bellevue Ave on Capitol Hill. From my post at CHS: The city only installed the green … Continue reading