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Tag Archives: chief sealth trail
Trail Alert: Chief Sealth Trail detour at S Graham St
The Chief Sealth Trail will be detoured for about two blocks along S Graham St and 31st Ave S starting today (April 22) and lasting up to one month. The closure is for a project to make crossing improvements where … Continue reading
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Have you seen the Chief Sealth Trail’s new biking angel sculptures?
I haven’t been by to see the new dual bike-riding angel sculptures on the Chief Sealth Trail yet, but they look pretty cool. Then again, I like just about any public art featuring bicycles. The sculptures are by Dan Webb … Continue reading
Posted in news Tagged 1% for art, chief sealth trail, sdot 1 Comment
Man robbed at gunpoint while biking to Beacon Hill bus stop
A man was robbed at gunpoint while biking to a bus stop on Beacon Hill early Tuesday, according to SPD. The robber stopped him where the Chief Sealth Trail crosses Beacon Ave and pointed a gun at him, demanding his … Continue reading
Posted in news Tagged beacon hill, chief sealth trail, crime, robbery, spd 10 Comments
Chief Sealth Trail extention will help connect from Othello station to SoDo, Capitol Hill
Paving is complete for the north extension of the Chief Sealth Trail on Beacon Hill. Work is still needed to make curbs and ramps. The trail will end at 15th Ave S a couple blocks south of the new climbing … Continue reading
Posted in news Tagged 15th ave s, beacon hill, brighton, chief sealth trail, othello 3 Comments
Why do you ride?
I ride a bike because sometimes, the most direct route by bike looks like this. Both Dan Bertolet and Josh Cohen wrote posts over at Publicola about some reasons why they ride bikes. Often, bike advocacy seems to concentrate on … Continue reading
Posted in news Tagged chief sealth trail, dan bertolet, josh cohen, why i ride 7 Comments