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Seattle Neighborhood Greenways outlines three-pronged approach to making streets work better for people during the outbreak

Since we last wrote about the potential for open streets to reduce crowding on Seattle sidewalks and paths, the city has opened a couple streets within parks to people walking and biking in Seward Park and Volunteer Park. And Settle … Continue reading

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The 2018 Bicycle Sundays schedule is out

Car-free Lake Washington Boulevard is just the best. So save these dates in your calendar! From Seattle Parks: On scheduled Sundays from May to September, a portion of Lake Washington Boulevard will be closed to motorized vehicles from 10 a.m. … Continue reading

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For 50th year, Bicycle Sundays kicks off on Lake Washington Blvd this weekend – UPDATED

UPDATE: After digging around in the Central Library archives, it appears that the first Bicycle Sunday was actually held in April 1968. That would make 2015 the 47th anniversary, not the 50th. I’m working to confirm and clarify this as … Continue reading

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Bicycle Sunday dates announced + When will we hold the first SEAclovia?

The city has announced 12 Bicycle Sundays for 2014, the same number of events as 2013. The open streets events on Lake Washington Boulevard in south Seattle date back to the 1970s. The iconic and beautiful lakefront road is closed … Continue reading

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Cascade was not included in cutback to Bicycle Sundays

Cascade Bicycle Club’s David Hiller told Publicola the club was not included in the Parks Department’s decision to cut the number of Bicycle Sundays from 18 to 12 this year: David Hiller, policy director for the Cascade Bicycle Club, says … Continue reading

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Biking Bis: Fewer Bicycle Sundays scheduled this year

The first Bicycle Sunday of 2011 is May 8, kicking off a series of car-free Sundays on Lake Washington Boulevard this summer. The event stretches from Mt. Baker Beach to Seward Park, creating a long, temporary lakeside park. This year, … Continue reading

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Morning Matinee: 100,000 people take to the ‘opened’ streets of LA for CicLAvia

CicLAvia, Let’s Go! from Streetfilms on Vimeo. Sunday, LA opened up some of its busiest streets to people, and the result sounds astounding. The video above is by the hardworking folks at Streetfilms.

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