Commute Seattle is hosting a lunchtime meeting with the mayor, Tom Rasmussen, and leaders of SDOT, King County Metro and Cascade. The discussion will be about bike infrastructure focussing on downtown bike commuting. RSVP by e-mail if you’re interested.
The meeting will likely discuss things like the new buffered bike lanes on 7th, which are fairly rad. Details:
Join Commute Seattle for a panel discussion about why bicycle commuting to downtown Seattle is important to building a livable, economically viable, and sustainable city.
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Speakers include Mayor Mike McGinn, Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, Sandra Woods from SDOT, Chuck Ayers from Cascade Bicycle Club, Ref Lindmark from King County Metro, bicycle commuters just like you, and other speakers too.
Wednesday, July 14th
11:30am – 1:15pm
Seattle City Hall, Bertha Knight Landes Room (5th & Cherry)
Panelist will discuss recent bicycle infrastructure projects throughout the city, downtown bicycle commuter amenities, and the future of bike commuting to downtown.
Vendors will also be on hand to provide bike commuter information. Attendees receive a raffle ticket for cool prizes!
RSVP to [email protected]