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Bike News Roundup: Four weeks old

It’s time for the bike news roundup! As always, this is an open thread.

A little update on my family. Fiona turns four weeks old today. Kelli and I spend every day at the NICU with her, holding her for hours and trying to help how we can (changing her diaper, taking her temperature, etc). It’s a stressful place to be, and I am just blown away every day by the patience and composure of the medical professionals here. We will be here for several more months. I anticipate that posts will continue to be somewhat sporadic, and that I will be slow to cover big news (I haven’t even written about the fact that the 2nd Ave bike lane extension is open! Or the Arboretum Trail! Or 35th Ave NE! Or bike parking regulation changes! Or that LimeBike and Spin want to add electric kick scooters! Lots of big stories are going uncovered here, but I’ve just had to make peace with letting them go for now.

Thanks, everyone, for reading. And keep sending tips: [email protected]

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3 responses to “Bike News Roundup: Four weeks old”

  1. Ballard Resident

    Wishing you all well during this challenging time!

    On another note, I wonder if the Ballard Coalition filed a request for judicial review or a motion for reconsideration of the Seattle Hearing Examiner’s decision on the Missing Link FEIS. I believe today was the deadline.

    1. Kirk

      I was wondering the same thing. I’ve been watching and tracking the deadline. I can’t imagine that they wouldn’t appeal, they’ve never missed an opportunity and vowed to appeal, but perhaps they have finally accepted the inevitable.

  2. Ben P

    Another news item. This morning while running to catch the bus in San Diego, a saw a lime bike. Then another. Seems lime had come to San Diego.

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