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Happy Park(ing) Day 2015! Photos from around town

It’s Park(ing) Day! As in recent years, I will be biking around town visiting as many parks as I can. I’ll post photos here as I go. So check back throughout the day or follow along on Twitter at @seabikeblog.

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On Pike Street: Delicious baked snacks …. IN OUTER SPACE!


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Learn about the Capitol Hill Tool Library opening soon at Pine and Crawford.

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Four Car Park is now One Car, a Zipcar Park and a Bunch of Prontos Park.

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The Seattle Freight Master Plan has filled their spot with cones.

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Envisioning a redesigned Pike/Pine.

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Cell phone garden to keep the sidewalk phone-free, by Ankrom Moisan Architects.

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A bubble garden!
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Work outside with HUB in Pioneer Square.

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An urban wetland in Pioneer Square.

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An urban farm on Ballard Ave.

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A bike corral on Ballard Ave? It could happen!

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A bike lane connecting the Missing Link bike lanes to 17th Ave NW! Yes please!

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Even Fred Meyer got into it.

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Free plants hanging from a wooden park in Colimbia City.

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Several blocks of protected bike lane on Rainier Ave. So many dreams come true right here.

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Thanks for your work on it, Shirley and the rest of the Rainier Valley Greenways team!


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3 responses to “Happy Park(ing) Day 2015! Photos from around town”

  1. Thanks for coming out to our demo protected bike lane on Rainier Ave. It was fun. Here how it got done and the actual event.

    http://nospandexrequired.blogspot.com/2015/09/rainier-ave-protected-bike-lane-on-most.html

  2. […] the winner, of course, is the the Rainier Ave protected bike lane during Park(ing) Day. From […]

  3. […] Valley Greenways leaders have been making the case for protected bike lanes on the street, even demonstrating several blocks of such bike lanes for Park(ing) Day. It was wonderful and worked […]

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