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Work to repair river bank erosion will require crews to close the Sammamish River Trail for periods of 30 minutes or less starting Wednesday. Work will continue for the rest of summer. The erosion zones are just east of I-405 … Continue reading
The City of Bothell is working to restore habitat along the Sammamish River just beyond the Burke-Gilman Trail, and that means temporary closures of the Sammamish River Trail. Starting August 10, plan for delays when biking through the area. Flaggers … Continue reading
King County Parks has two trail notices in the area this month, one on the Burke-Gilman and one on the Green River Trail. First, artists and volunteers began painting a mural in the Wayne Tunnel of the Burke-Gilman Trail in … Continue reading
People who use the Burke-Gilman Trail in the Bothell area should plan on King County workers closing the tunnel near Wayne Golf Course for overnight repair work. To help keep the trail open for commute hours and busier daytime use, … Continue reading
If you bike the Sammamish River Trail in Bothell, then I’ve got some great news for you just in from King County. Say goodbye to root bumps in the westernmost couple miles of the trail. Starting after Labor Day, crews … Continue reading
UPDATE: Looks like landslide season has very much started on the Burke-Gilman. Here’s one just north of Seattle: Mud slide at Ne 42nd PL just up from the new paved section toward the UW #cycling@cityofseattle twitter.com/SLadams99/stat… — S. Adams (@SLadams99) … Continue reading
A suspicious package has closed the Burke-Gilman Trail near the Aurora Bridge. Unknown when it will reopen. Check back for updates. UPDATE: It looks like no big deal (a weird wooden box thing?). Trail should be open shortly. UPDATE x2: … Continue reading