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Took a rad group of ladies out on an e-bike spin! Most of them had never ridden downtown. They were all smiles. #womxnbike #bikemonth #seabikes @limebike @CascadeBicycle @TranspoChoices pic.twitter.com/jC6uHaQikz — kelsey mesher (@kmesh) May 23, 2018 Womxn are leading the … Continue reading
Washington State’s downtown Seattle highway tunnel is at least $223 million over budget and 2 and a half years behind schedule. All for one highway tunnel expected to carry 40,000 motor vehicles per day once it opens with no transit … Continue reading
WA transportation ‘compromise’ spends billions on highways, ransoms transit but keeps most bike/walk funding
UPDATE 12:10p 7/1: Publicola reports that the revenue portion of the transportation package is headed to Governor Inslee. That includes ST3 authorization and an 11.9 cent gas tax. However, other bills that make up the transportation package, including appropriations for … Continue reading
TCC Pierce County Complete Streets Coordinator – Paid, apply by March 16 Transportation Choices is hiring for a new one year position that will be in charge of implementing a complete streets program in Pierce County Washington. The Coordinator’s primary … Continue reading
It didn’t take long for the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission to reject a complaint from Proposition 1 opponents Citizens Against Raising Car Tabs (CARCT, pronounced “car city,” I believe…) As Streets for All, Cascade Bicycle Club and Transportation Choices … Continue reading
HB 1339 has officially passed away in committee. But have no fear, the House has a spare Vulnerable Users Bill in its legislative pannier (as well as a canister of political CO2… okay, its an imperfect analogy). SB 5326 just … Continue reading
The Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Vulnerable User bill (SB 5326) 7-1 Monday. Next the bill moves to the Rules Committee, which is expected to place it on the floor calendar. There are still many ways for the bill to … Continue reading
How cool is this video? It’s like Seattle bike route trivia. But even cooler, if you buy Del Rey’s new transportation-centric 45, all proceeds will be donated to the Transportation Choices Coalition. From her website: