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New Interbay bikeway connects the Locks, Discovery Park, Ship Canal Trail and the downtown waterfront

A new protected bikeway under construction in Interbay and Magnolia is about to fill a major gap in the region’s trail network and plug the neighborhood into one of the best trail networks in the nation. A new two-way bikeway … Continue reading

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Bike Master Plan Draft 2: West Seattle, Duwamish Valley, Queen Anne, Interbay and Magnolia

The last day to comment on the second draft of the Bicycle Master Plan is Friday (today!). Email your comments to bmpupdate@seattle.gov. This post is a continuation of a series investigating some of changes in the newest draft of the … Continue reading

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Bike Master Plan: Central Seattle and downtown

This is the second post in a series analyzing Seattle’s draft Bicycle Master Plan update, which is currently taking public comments. This post will focus on the central neighborhoods south of the Ship Canal and north of I-90. Stay tuned … Continue reading

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Ship Canal Trail extension now open (VIDEO)

The Ship Canal Trail now connects Fisherman’s Terminal with the Fremont Bridge and provides a long-needed biking, walking and accessible route through the mess of dangerous overpasses at the south end of the Ballard Bridge. Of all the projects for … Continue reading

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Ship Canal Trail extension grand opening and Kidical Mass Saturday

The Ship Canal Trail extension to Fisherman’s Terminal is ready for its grand opening, scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, November 19. The extension should finally create a comfortable and safe way to walk or bike under the south end of … Continue reading

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Biking on the Ballard Bridge will suck even more for the next couple months

SDOT’s gotta paint the Ballard Bridge, and that means closing the sidewalks for the next couple month. One of the sidewalks will remain open at all times, but it will be extra crowded. However, relief for many of you is … Continue reading

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Work on Ship Canal Trail getting closer to completion

Work on the final segment of the Ship Canal Trail is moving along. Toby Wonder sent us a couple photos of the progress last week along with a note: Just thought I would drop you a couple pictures of the … Continue reading

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Final phase of Ship Canal Trail work to begin next month

Fifteen years after the first segment of the Ship Canal Trail was completed, the city is about to begin work on the final segment that will connect Fisherman’s Terminal to the Fremont Bridge and provide people walking and bicycling a … Continue reading

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Ballard Locks to open an hour later

My Ballard reports that the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks will open at 6:30 a.m. instead of 5:30 as they have been in the past year. They will still open before the posted hours. From My Ballard: “For the past four … Continue reading

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Follow-up: Biker hit by soccer ball and jumped in Magnolia, but was it all a misunderstanding?

As a follow up to a story I posted a few days ago, Jonah at SeattleCrime helped me get my hands on the police report because he’s a bad ass like that. So here’s a better version of the story … Continue reading

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Biker injured in Magnolia soccer ball attack, bike stolen

A 16-year-old was riding a fixed gear (which had already been stolen once) in Magnolia Tuesday when a driver allegedly stopped in front of him, got out of the vehicle and chucked a soccer ball at him, knocking him to … Continue reading

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