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In response to Bike Board letter, CM Pedersen says he doesn’t see SDOT deleting Eastlake bike lanes

The Eastlake bike lane plans are still moving forward with the RapidRide J bus improvements project, but bike advocates in town are not taking their eye off the project until those bike lanes are on the ground. City Councilmember and … Continue reading

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Pedersen’s office throws out bicycle advisory board process for new member

On Tuesday morning the City Council’s Transportation and Seattle Public Utilities Committee will consider the nomination of a new member to the Bicycle Advisory Board. The appointment comes months after the board undertook a formal search and interview process to … Continue reading

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Pedersen remains City Council Transportation Chair – UPDATED

Councilmember Alex Pedersen (D4) will continue as Chair of the Transportation and Seattle Public Utilities Committee, the City Council voted Tuesday. Dan Strauss (D6) will remain as Vice-Chair, and Lisa Herbold (D1) and Tammy Morales (D2) will remain as committee … Continue reading

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Council seeks project list to determine if a $100 million bond is necessary

A majority of the City Council, led by Councilmember Dan Strauss, voted Wednesday to defer their decision on issuing a large bond until they have more details on what it would fund and when the money would be needed. As … Continue reading

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The Climate Cavalry Is Us, Councilmember Pedersen

Last week, District 4 Councilmember Alex Pedersen’s office sent an email including highlights from his first year in office. It included a section titled “Transportation and Climate Change”. An excerpt: Seattle is not about to let up on its efforts … Continue reading

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Councilmember Pedersen outlines his vision as the new Transportation Committee Chair, offers an olive branch to safe streets advocates

Alex Pedersen won District 4 by 1,386 votes, narrowly defeating Seattle Bike Blog’s endorsed candidate Shaun Scott in one of Seattle’s closest races in the 2019 City Council election. In addition to this site, Scott was also endorsed by Washington … Continue reading

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6 out of 7 Council wins ain’t bad, but Scott’s narrow loss was a heartbreaker we could have won

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District 4 Endorsement: Shaun Scott

District: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 Register to vote in King County This one is a no-brainer. District 4, my district, should elect Shaun Scott to the City Council. There are elections … Continue reading

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