Do you live or work in Eastlake? Do you currently or would you like to get around by bike? Do you ride a bicycle along Eastlake Ave?
SDOT is currently planning protected bike lanes along the Eastlake corridor!
We know that there is opposition to this project, and we need your help to make sure that it becomes a reality.
Join Seattle Neighborhood Greenways and Cascade Bicycle Club for a drink and a snack and learn about the plan and how you can help support it.
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During peak hours, there are over 120 people on bicycles per hour riding along Eastlake Ave. The University Bridge has the second highest volume of people on bicycles in the city. Yet it is an exceptionally dangerous route for people travelling by bike. From 2012-2017, there were 39 reported bicycle collisions along Eastlake Ave — and those are just those that were reported.
The goals of the Roosevelt Multimodal Corridor project are to improve transit travel times, reliability, and capacity, and improve pedestrian and bicycle connections and safety.
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ACCESSIBILITY & DIRECTIONS:
Please click the location link above for accessibility information for Mammoth. Mammoth is located on Eastlake Ave and is easily accessible by foot, bike, bus, or car.