Tag Archives: wes uhlman

Banel: How neighbors in 1970s took action and created the Burke-Gilman Trail

As you pedal or stroll along the Burke-Gilman Trail today, it feels like such an integral part of the city that it is hard to imagine the north end without it (unless you’re in Ballard, of course). But that trail … Continue reading

Posted in news | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Berger: Seattle’s first cycling renaissance led by 1970s biking mayor

Mike McGinn has certainly done a lot to change the image of cycling in Seattle and to make cycling a more central part of the city’s transportation strategy. That’s why we have endorsed him. Under his leadership, the percentage of … Continue reading

Posted in news | Tagged , | Leave a comment