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After further study, SDOT finds that Eastlake Ave still needs bike lanes

I thought we had already established this a few years ago during public outreach for Roosevelt RapidRide, but SDOT has tried again to find an alternative to building bike lanes on Eastlake Ave. And, just like before, the results are … Continue reading

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The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board needs you, apply by July 4

The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board is a group of volunteers individually-approved by the City Council to help guide the city’s bicycle investments and policies. You do not need any kind of special insider knowledge or professional skills to apply. In … Continue reading

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Seattle’s volunteer Bicycle Advisory Board seeks new members

The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board is a volunteer group of everyday folks who help guide the city’s decisions that relate to bicycling. Members do not need to be experts in urban planning or a “hardcore” cyclist. All you need is … Continue reading

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Three bike meetings tonight: Bike Share, Seattle transportation budget workshop + Bike Board

There are (at least) three important bikey meetings Wednesday evening (tonight!), all at the same time. If you have time, swing by one of them and give your input to make bicycling in Seattle better. City Council Transportation Budget Workshop … Continue reading

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Seattle Bike Advisory Board looking for new members

The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board is looking for new members to join their monthly meetings and help guide city policy regarding bicycling and bike facilities. As an outside observer of the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board, I strongly urge people of … Continue reading

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SBAB Notes: City studying options for widening Ballard Bridge sidewalk

We’re trying a new feature here at Seattle Bike Blog. I have been going to the monthly Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board meetings for a while now. Usually, I just take notes and use them to gather material for future stories. … Continue reading

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Tuesday: Ride with SBAB for a SE Seattle bikeability tour

Southeast Seattle desperately needs ambitious, family-friendly biking and walking routes. Tomorrow, you are invited to join the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board and a slew of other biking and neighborhood organizations for a two-hour biking tour from the Mountains-to-Sound Trail to … Continue reading

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Bicycle Advisory Board seeks new members

As far as public meetings go, the monthly Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board meetings are pretty fun. You get to learn early looks at bike projects presented by people from SDOT and other city, county and state departments, and the volunteer … Continue reading

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Today: Phinney Ridge/Greenwood neighborhood greenways meetup + SBAB meeting

Perhaps few neighborhoods in the city can benefit from neighborhood greenways as much as Greenwood. With large sections of the neighborhood famously missing sidewalks, a solid network of neighborhood greenways could do wonders for Greenwood residents who want to have … Continue reading

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Bicycle Alliance hires Policy Director, Cascade proposes bylaw revisions

Washington’s largest bicycle advocacy groups have seen some changes in recent months. The Bicycle Alliance of Washington has hired Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board chair Blake Trask as its new Statewide Policy Director: Currently the chair of the Seattle Bicycle Advisory … Continue reading

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Neighborhood-Powered Streets Part 4: A call for a greenway group in your neighborhood

This story is part of a series about Seattle’s young neighborhood greenway movement. As the series wraps up, it’s your turn to get your neighborhood organized. “I know that other neighborhoods are going to step up and say, ‘Hey, we … Continue reading

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