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Dispatches from the WA Bike Summit: Dr. Adonia Lugo on ‘fighting for the better world we know when we’re out on a ride’

I’m at Cascade Bicycle Club’s Washington Bike Summit, a two-day conference that coincides today with Active Transportation Lobby Day. As I write this, people from all over the state are volunteering their time to meet with their state Representatives and … Continue reading

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Building a strong, inclusive community for safe streets is the future of bike advocacy

Seattle Bike Blog made its first ever trip to the National Bike Summit and Women Bike Forum last week. The theme “Bikes+” was meant to explore cycling as part of the equation to make places better for many reasons, helping … Continue reading

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Lugo: Federal complete streets bill a chance for bike justice

A bill making its way through the US Congress would require every state to develop a complete streets policy for projects that receive Federal funding. That means road projects would need to consider all road users, including people on foot … Continue reading

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On walking and biking justice in America

In the wake of the weekend’s not-guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, my mother called me from St. Louis completely outraged. She was certain that there must be some kind of law against following a person who was … Continue reading

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The Bicycle Story: Adonia Lugo talks transportation equity

Josh Cohen at The Bicycle Story recently interviewed Adonia Lugo, a friend, bicycle anthropologist and all-around bad ass who lives on Capitol Hill. Chatting and working with Adonia and Davey Oil (who blogs at Riding on Roadways) has done a … Continue reading

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Othello Street redesign underway: Gentrification or traffic justice?

Othello Street/Myrtle Place redesign work starts today. The project, funded by the Neighborhood Street Fund, will include biking/walking safety improvements from Beacon Ave to Seward Park Ave. The redesign is also expected to bring motor vehicle speeds down closer to … Continue reading

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