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Bellevue plans to pilot game-changing downtown bike lane (or two)

Downtown Bellevue could be biking laps around downtown Seattle if it wanted to. Not only is downtown Bellevue much flatter than Seattle, the Eastside city’s streets are very wide, which makes them primed and ready to host a network of … Continue reading

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Bellevue needs feedback on ambitious ‘rapid implementation’ bike plan

Bellevue is developing a bold plan to build 57 miles of bike routes in the next five years, including 23 miles of protected bike lanes, 13 miles of painted bike lanes and two miles of off-street trail. If this plan … Continue reading

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Vision Zero Bellevue? The Eastside city is crafting a plan + Take this wikimap survey

Bellevue is trying to identify and prioritize biking and walking safety needs, and they are reaching out for your help. The Pedestrian & Bicycle Implementation Initiative (“PBII”) has launched a wikimap survey, which lets you go pretty in-depth in reporting … Continue reading

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