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Seattle’s belated entry into protected bike lanes has definitely made a splash. In fact, the national Green Lane Project recently created a list of the top ten protected bike lanes of 2013, and Seattle made the list … twice. Linden … Continue reading
KPLU’s Paula Wissel has a fantastic story about cycle tracks this morning. You can catch it online here. I met Paula next to the Linden Ave cycle track recently, and we chatted for a while, watching folks roll by. Her … Continue reading
Running of the Bulls 2013! pic.twitter.com/3Ha22P2vzD — point83 (@point83) July 12, 2013 In case you didn’t notice as you biked to work shivering in your sweater, it’s summer! And that means more bikey events every weekend than you can … Continue reading
Seattle recently completed most work on the Linden Ave Complete Streets Project, which includes a world-class cycle track connecting the Seattle and Shoreline sections of the Interurban Trail and dramatically improving walking and ADA access along the street. Essentially, the … Continue reading
I’m still on vacation in Denver, so we will have more coverage of this soon. But for all you who are super eager to try out Seattle’s newest and longest protected bike lanes, the city has announced that the Linden … Continue reading
… is getting closer to being finished: Linden Ave making progress! twitter.com/SeaTransitBlog… — Seattle Transit Blog (@SeaTransitBlog) November 29, 2012
Construction updates: Short Linden cycle track section opens, UW Station Bridge + Yesler ‘bike sneak’ sneak peek
With the opening of the W Thomas St overpass last week, it’s time to look at the progress of some other projects around town that will affect people biking. Above is the main structure of the UW Station biking and … Continue reading
After our frustrated post about the lack of new bold plans on the city’s part to improve biking and walking safety, below is a look at some exciting projects already underway today. Will 2013 be the year protected cycle tracks … Continue reading
Construction on the Linden Ave N complete streets project is finally ready to get under way. The project will redesign the street from N 128th to the Seattle border at N 145th, completing a missing link in the Interurban North … Continue reading
The 2011 paving season continues with the final Linden Ave N complete streets project open house next week. The project would create a two-way cycle track on Linden Ave N that would connect the Interurban Trail to Seattle’s north border … Continue reading
North Seattle biking folx, Tom Rasmussen is holding a public meeting about transportation Saturday at the Broadview Library, 12755 Greenwood Ave. N. All topics are on the table, though it would perhaps be a good opportunity to discuss complete streets … Continue reading
To follow up on a couple questions left over from Thursday’s post about the proposed Linden cycle track near Bitter Lake, I spoke with Project Manager Connie Zimmerman, who provided a little more clarity on the project.
SDOT is proposing a cycle track on Linden Ave to complete something of a missing link in the Interurban Trail near Bitter Lake. The plan calls for a two-way cycle track protected from vehicle traffic by a row of parked … Continue reading