Tag: SDOT DR 10-2015
This bike lane detour is so simple, so why isn’t it the standard in Seattle?
While taking the kid to preschool this morning, we passed this crew working on a utility of some kind underneath the 2nd Ave bike lane at Pine St. The crew had lined up cones directing riders into a temporary bike lane they created in the adjacent lane. It’s a simple and effective solution, especially for…tagged: construction, sdot, SDOT DR 10-2015
Long overdue sidewalk closure rules now in place, city will work on bike lane rules next
If you are building something in Seattle and need to close the sidewalk, you can no longer simply send people walking out into the street. That’s according to new rules outlined by SDOT (PDF), which we wrote about previously. During public comment, the city received “overwhelmingly positive” feedback on the rule, which should significantly limit…tagged: construction, sdot, SDOT DR 10-2015
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