Seattle needs more homes. U District design plan is a good start
More people want to live in Seattle than there are homes. The number of people moving to our magnificent city is growing faster than all those cranes you see in the skyline can build. When homes are put out to bid at market values, people who have more money get them. Those who don’t have…tagged: hala, u district, u district station
What can Seattle’s bike movement do to help end homelessness?
While Mayor Ed Murray was giving a speech on the homelessness emergency in Seattle, five people were shot and two killed at a notorious camping area where Beacon Hill and I-5 meet. Though information is still scarce, the mass shooting of Seattleites is a tragedy and highlights yet another terrible way life without a home…tagged: bike thefts, ed murray, hala, homelessness, real change, seattle times
What does HALA have to do with biking? Everything.
There are basically two ways to increase the number of homes in bikeable and walkable neighborhoods. 1: Improve bikeability and walkability in more neighborhoods, or 2: Increase the number of homes in neighborhoods that are already bikeable and walkable. Most talk about bike infrastructure focuses on the first way, and of course that’s very important.…
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- You should join the Bike Advisory Board (or any of these other boards)
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- Beacon Hill bike lane plan gets more detailed + City finds ways to add nearby parking
- Ballard HS Student: Missing bike racks limit biking to school in Seattle
- I love new Bike Lane Day
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