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Proposed Signal Policy Could Mean More Long Waits At Intersections

The Seattle Department of Transportation has finalized a traffic signals policy intended primarily to improve mobility for people walking and rolling at intersections. This policy comes out of a process that the agency convened with a group called the Policy … Continue reading

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City will retime short Alaskan Way walk signal

During the viaduct walk event a couple weeks ago, I noticed the walk signal at Alaskan Way and King St near the waterfront seemed awfully fast. So I posted a video I shot and sent an email to SDOT. Turns … Continue reading

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Dangerously short walk signal at Alaskan Way and King

When I went down to walk around on the Viaduct Saturday, I encountered this extremely short walk signal at Alaskan Way and King St. This intersection connects the old waterfront trail with the newly-opened Alaskan Way Trail, so it is … Continue reading

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The magic little biker near the stop light

I saw this little guy riding up the still-under-construction 10th Ave the other day and got more excited that I probably should have. Get ready, Seattle, you streets are about to get way more adorable. But why is the city … Continue reading

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Traffic signal at Fremont and 105th up and running

SDOT has announced completion of a traffic signal at Fremont Ave and N 105th that will help bikers on the interurban bike route from Everett to Seattle cross this busy 4-lane road. Currently, signs divert bikes blocks off Fremont to … Continue reading

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Signal getting ready at Fremont and 105th

On a ride yesterday, I noticed the coming traffic signal for Fremont Ave and 105th is already in place, getting ready to go. Once it is running, it will plug a hole in the Fremont Ave bike boulevard, which is … Continue reading

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