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Green Lake/Wallingford paving projects create opportunity to make huge bike improvements, comment by Wednesday
SDOT has grouped a bunch of Green Lake and Wallingford area paving projects together, designing and planning construction of them all at the same time. Because paving projects essentially wipe the street design clear, they are our best opportunities to … Continue reading
A series of planned paving projects in Green Lake and Wallingford are a big chance to make significant improvements to the North Seattle bike network. And of course, the city could save a lot of money by making these improvements … Continue reading
Friends, family and neighbors will gather tomorrow (Saturday) morning to remember Nellie Yelli, 62, who was killed Sunday while walking in a Green Lake crosswalk. The memorial, organized by Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, begins 11 a.m. at 82nd and Wallingford Ave … Continue reading
Woman walking in Green Lake crosswalk killed in hit and run, suspect returned and was arrested – UPDATED
A woman driving near Bishop Blanchet High School in Green Lake struck and killed a woman walking Sunday evening. Medics pronounced the victim dead at the scene. UPDATE: Rest in peace, Nellie Yelli. Our condolences to her friends and family. … Continue reading
What if Bertha never finishes the SR 99 highway tunnel? What if SR 99 doesn’t need to be a freeway-style highway through downtown at all? And what if that’s true for the whole city, too? In other words, what if … Continue reading
The city is planning some pretty cool upgrades to the Ravenna Boulevard bike lanes and its connections through Ravenna Park. And they’re planning to do a lot with a small budget, like adding plastic posts to keep people from using … Continue reading
While we here at Seattle Bike Blog spend a lot of time urging the city to invest in protected bike lanes, it’s important to remember that simply redesigning a street using paint can completely revolutionize a street. The city’s in-process … Continue reading
Meet at 6 p.m. at NE 65th Street and 1st Ave NE near Green Lake Elementary. From Wallingford Greenways:
We wrote a couple weeks ago about plans to redesign Green Lake Way between 50th and the lake. Below are more details on the city’s plans, from an open house presentation. Beyond just the merits for this project, it also … Continue reading
At the urging of the Wallingford and Green Lake Community Councils, the city is planning road design changes on Green Lake Way N between N 50th Street and Green Lake. The safety-oriented plan would redesign the street to more closely … Continue reading
A woman running at Green Lake around 6:30 a.m. Monday morning was attacked by an unknown man who tried to drag her into some nearby bushes, police say. She was able to get free from him, and a man on … Continue reading
The Wallingford neighborhood greenway is complete, and there will be a two-block community street party to mark the opening Saturday starting at 4 p.m. Details: Join us as we celebrate the opening of Seattle’s first neighborhood Greenway! We will be … Continue reading
We may get some good summer riding on the newly repaved Ravenna Boulevard after all. The desperately needed repaving project has already completed its first phase, and work is about to get under way on the second half. If the … Continue reading
The Bicycle Paper has a fantastic history of Gregg’s Cycle, which has been serving Seattle for 80 years this fall. A great read to long-term look at cycling in the city through the eyes of one — then, eventually, three … Continue reading
In welcome news for many, many people who regularly bike on in the north end, the city will repave Ravenna Blvd this summer. Ravenna is among the bumpiest arterial streets in the city, and it is a vital link in … Continue reading
UPDATE: Jesse at the Bike Shack says some of the info we posted wasn’t meant for public consumption, and that we should plug their Brew Fest party fundraiser instead! Go to it February 18! Edited story:
What’s the point of getting all dressed up for Halloween if you’re not going to show it off by biking around town? Well, luckily you have a couple chances to do just that, starting today. The Midnight Mystery Ride meets … Continue reading
This is late notice again (sorry!), but SDOT will be at two separate meetings at 7 p.m. tonight (May 11) to discuss projects on 20th Ave NW in Ballard and N/NE 65th St in Green Lake. Green Lake SDOT representatives … Continue reading
Gregg’s Cycle in Greenlake is holding a free women-focused cycling event March 3. Dubbed Women on Wheels, this marks the third year for the event, which will feature speakers, food, booze and vendors. If you’re interested, register here. From the … Continue reading
View Bike Thefts, 7/22-29 in a larger map It was a bike theft buffet along Madison this week. And by buffet, I of course mean that this statistically questionable map of bike theft police reports shows several there.