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County will close Green River Trail in sections this summer

In the past decade, the Green River Trail has been closed as often as it has been open. And just when you thought it might finally be fully open, King County has announced another series of closures through the end … Continue reading

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Biking Bis: Whitehorse Trail repairs delayed a year + Green River Trail should open by end of month

Work to repair the Whitehorse Trail, which was damaged in the devastating 2013 Oso Landslide, has been delayed a year, the Everett Herald reports. Officials originally planned to repair the trail over the summer, but now they plan to do … Continue reading

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Mural painting starts in Burke-Gilman tunnel, Green River Trail bridge will be repaired

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

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South Park Bridge is now open, bike lanes ‘protected’ for a week

The rebuilt South Park Bridge is now open, improving access to the neighborhood and creating a link in what could someday be a very bikeable place to live, work and play. For at least the first week, cones will guide … Continue reading

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County removing Green River Trail sandbags

The sandbags that have closed the Green River in Kent since 2009 are finally being removed. The trail should be fully open by the end of September, King County said. From King County: “Removal of the sandbags means life is … Continue reading

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County could remove Green River Trail sandbags

The Green River Trail from Tukwila to Kent has been closed to bicycling since 2009, when miles of three-foot-tall sandbags were installed in the center of the trail. The sandbags were in response to flooding fears, but they closed a … Continue reading

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