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Cheasty Greenspace mountain bike trail clears Council committee vote

A community plan to build sustainable mountain bike and hiking trails in Cheasty Greenspace has barely cleared a key City Council committee vote, bringing it one step closer to winning the Neighborhood Matching Funds it needs to become reality, Publicola … Continue reading

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Central Seatle Greenways maps possible routes, considers neighborhood ciclovia

The city plans to build 11 miles of family-friend walking and biking routes every year, and the number of citizen groups advocating for neighborhood greenways continues to grow. For my part, I got involved with Central Seattle Greenways (CSG), covering … Continue reading

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Neighborhood-Powered Streets Part 2: Beacon Hill and Wallingford groups lead the way

This story is part of a series about Seattle’s young neighborhood greenway movement. In part two, we look at two neighborhood groups that are paving the way for other neighborhoods to get organized and start planning safe streets. Beacon (Hill) … Continue reading

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