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From our Bike Events CalendarJul27Thu1:00 pm Women and Gender in (Public) Tra... @ Free webinarWomen and Gender in (Public) Tra... @ Free webinarJul 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pmWebinar by SFU Continuing Studies (City Program) July 27, 1 pm PDT (4 pm EDT) Transportation infrastructure and services are often assumed to be “gender neutral”, where projects and services are assumed to provide an equal benefit to men and … Continue reading →4:00 pm Central Ride Neighborhood Greenw...Central Ride Neighborhood Greenw...Jul 27 @ 4:00 pm – Jul 27 @ 6:00 pmhttp://www.seattle.gov/transportation/ridgegreenway.htm You may have recently received an invitation in the mail to one of our upcoming events for the Central Ridge Neighborhood Greenway. I wanted to also reach out to a wider group of community stakeholders with a personal invitation … Continue reading →4:00 pm Queen Anne Greenways PLAY STREET! @ 1st Ave N & CrockettQueen Anne Greenways PLAY STREET! @ 1st Ave N & CrockettJul 27 @ 4:00 pm – Jul 27 @ 7:00 pmQueen Anne Greenways, a neighborhood group working to increase mobility, accessibility and flexibility in our streets, will be sponsoring its second annual Playstreet on Thursday, July 27, 2017 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in 1st Avenue North at Crockett Street. … Continue reading →5:30 pm Move Seattle Levy Oversight Comm...Move Seattle Levy Oversight Comm...Jul 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pmCity Hall, Room L280 (All future dates: 4/27, 7/27, 10/26, and 11/30)FacebookTwitterRedditEmail5:30 pm South Lake Union Greenways SLUG ...South Lake Union Greenways SLUG ...Jul 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pmhttp://bit.ly/2uOFWHT So much going on in South Lake Union. Meetup with people who want the City to build infrastructure that let’s us safely walk and bike in our neighborhood.FacebookTwitterRedditEmail
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Several Capitol Hill community groups are working together to host a free training for anyone who wants to learn how to advocate and organize for safer streets Sunday. Afterwards, attendees will immediately put their new knowledge into action by heading out … Continue reading
When Public Bikes opened at Summit and Pine in April 2015, we noted that the shop was “well-positioned to take advantage of Capitol Hill’s bike shop desert.” Velo Bike Shop had recently moved to the Denny Triangle area after decades … Continue reading
Pike/Pine is one of the most needed and promising connections in the entire Seattle bike network. And the multi-agency One Center City partnership is looking to make major near-term changes along the corridor between Pike Place Market and Broadway that … Continue reading
Today, the First Hill Streetcar and Broadway Bikeway end unceremoniously at Denny Way just before reaching the North Broadway business district. People biking are forced to choose between merging into mixed traffic on the busy commercial street, trying to navigate … Continue reading
Much of the talk about public benefits from the planned Washington State Convention Center expansion has been focused on the very exciting idea of building a lid over more of I-5 connecting downtown to Capitol Hill and First Hill. The … Continue reading
Max Richards was killed while walking his dog across busy Belmont Ave E at Bellevue Pl E September 21, and his death has shaken neighbors. Capitol Hill Seattle reports that 79-year-old Richards and his dog Pink were crossing when a … Continue reading
The north end of the Broadway Bikeway just became infinitely more useful as construction crews finally reopened Denny Way between Broadway, 10th Ave and Cal Anderson Park. Closed for years to build Capitol Hill Station, this section of Denny Way … Continue reading
After years of damage from parallel parkers and taggers, the blue sculptures that lined the Broadway Bikeway in Capitol Hill have been removed, Capitol Hill Seattle reports. They will remain in place on First Hill, at least for now. I, … Continue reading
Seattle Police Officer Drew Fowler was on bike patrol in Cal Anderson Park Saturday when he spotted a high-end mountain bike in the hands of a suspected thief. Officer Fowler stopped the man and asked if he could have a … Continue reading
Sounds like the Capitol Hill bike shop vacuum is finally getting filled. And in true Hill fashion, it’s coming with coffee and beer. Our friends at Capitol Hill Seattle report that two very different bike shop cafés are opening soon … Continue reading
As construction on Capitol Hill Station enters its final phases, the long closure at the north end of the Broadway Bikeway may finally open up in the next month. But the true glory of the bikeway won’t be realized until … Continue reading
Union Street could get a major bike lane update as part of the Madison Bus Rapid Transit project, according to city plans presented at an open house earlier this week. The bike route upgrades are part of an attempt to … Continue reading
The fourth annual Pedaler’s Fair will showcase bikes, bike-related goods and art Saturday, all made right here in Washington State. Seattle Bike Blog is a sponsor of the 2015 fair, which is a great way to meet creative and enterprising … Continue reading
I just swung by the PUBLIC Bikes shop at Pine and Summit, and the crew there is mopping the floors and putting the final touches on the renovated shop space. They opened quietly this afternoon, and their grand opening party … Continue reading
Public Bikes will open its first ever retail location outside the Bay Area in Seattle this spring. With stylish, often solid-colored city bikes priced in the low-to-mid range, Public Bikes will be moving into the bike shop vacuum Velo left … Continue reading
If your bike travels take you near the future Capitol Hill or UW light rail Stations, then you are no stranger to frustrating detours. Well, don’t get your hopes up, they’re not getting any better any time soon. But they … Continue reading
You’ve already seen our thoughts on the Broadway Bikeway, but the lanes caught the eye of Michael Andersen at the national Green Lane Project due to the lengths the city went to work around the street’s many turning conflicts. His … Continue reading
You almost cannot stand anywhere in the city center or Capitol Hill without seeing construction cranes. The number of residences in these walkable, bikeable and transit-rich areas is rising fast. It’s clear that people want to live where they have … Continue reading
The Broadway Bikeway will extend the entire length of the central commercial drag from Yesler to Roy if and when plans for the extended streetcar are completed. If the city can find the funding, the bikeway could be ready to … Continue reading