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Mt Baker intersection plan continues to wow + A new standard for public outreach

Seattle’s plan to turn one of its worst intersections into one of its best just keeps getting better. With the misleadingly-boring name “Accessible Mount Baker,” the project would simultaneously revolutionize non-motorized transportation in the whole Rainier Valley, prevent dozens of … Continue reading

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Now that it’s partially funded, help guide major Mount Baker intersection remake

You passed Move Seattle! Have I mentioned recently how great that is for our city? Well, it’s already time to start directing the investment, starting with a major intersection that is the root of so many Southeast Seattle mobility problems: … Continue reading

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Huge open streets weekend: Bicycle Sunday extended into Mt Baker, Ballard Summer Parkways + Park(ing) Day

Summer ain’t over yet, dammit. This weekend is by far the biggest open streets weekend Seattle has ever seen. We’ve already told you about today’s Park(ing) Day, the biggest in Seattle yet. More than 50 pop-up parks will appear in … Continue reading

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Mt Baker intersection redesign could revolutionize transportation in South Seattle

The intersection of Rainier Ave and MLK Way is big, dangerous and works poorly for everyone. Running next to a high school, a light rail station and a growing number of other destinations, the city and neighborhood have been studying … Continue reading

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