Bike News Roundup: National bikelash highlights

It’s time for the Bike News Roundup! I’m in St. Louis visiting family this week, so that’s why news here is a bit slow. But here’s a long list of interesting stuff to read. And if I missed anything, this is an open thread.

First up, I know you all have heard some baffling reasons why a bike lane can’t be installed. Well, you’re in good company. StreetFilms put together a video highlighting some baffling anti-bike lane excuses people have heard from all around the country:

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4 Responses to Bike News Roundup: National bikelash highlights

  1. Ballard Biker says:

    So SDOT has officially renamed the (soon to be not) Missing Link to the Ballard Multimodal Corridor:

    They’re still moving forward with the terrible “compromise” route on Market St.

    • Dylan says:

      Are they already building the Market part of the missing link? The superior court ruling doesn’t affect that part of the project right?

      • Ballard Biker says:

        The City compromised with the litigious businesses on Market St, regardless of the Courts or the EIS findings. The businesses went back on the agreement and sued, but the City kept the compromise route, even though Courts and EIS will soon clear the way for a 54th trail.

  2. Multimodal Ballard Resident says:

    “This will be easier on a bike trail.”
    – 5 year old crossing Market & 30th with his bike, mother and grandmother yesterday afternoon

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