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Pedal-powered news and opinion in Seattle, Washington
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Primary ballots are in the mail! Here's what candidates say about safe streets #SEAbikes

Approximately half the city’s population is running for City Council right now. Lucky for you, the new district elections system means you only have to know about three of the races (two city-wide and one where you live). There are a lot of great people…

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NE 65th St is dangerous by design, and we know how to make it safer. What's stopping us? #SEAbikes

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is a follow-up to yesterday’s report about Vehicular Homicide charges against Lucas McQuinn in the alleged DUI collision that killed Andy Hulslander. I suggest reading that story first. The dangers on NE 65th Street are not news.…

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Check out the ten miles of car-free Summer Parkways in the Central District and Ballard #SEAbikes

Seattle is stepping up its open streets game in 2015, remaking the old Summer Streets program into the bigger and more active Summer Parkways. Basically, the events will smash together Summer Streets (neighborhood street fairs) with the car-free family…

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Andy Hulslander was father of two who proposed at a velodrome + His alleged killer pleads not guilty #SEAbikes

Lucas McQuinn, 29, pleaded not guilty to Vehicular Homicide Wednesday morning, three weeks after he allegedly drove under the influence and killed Andy Hulslander. Andy, a father of two, was biking home to Lake Forest Park from his job in Wallingford when…

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It's not I-35: Support a safer 35th Ave SW at two open houses this week #SEAbikes

In the past ten years, more than 400 people have been seriously injured in traffic collisions on just one street in West Seattle: 35th Ave SW. Five people have been killed. If we don’t take action, 400 more people will be injured in the next ten years,…

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Bike News Roundup: 'It's smart to be dense' #SEAbikes

It’s time for the Bike News Roundup! Here’s a look at some of the transportation stuff floating around the Internet recently. As always, this is an open thread. Discuss whatever bikey stuff is on your mind in the comments below. First up, as the city…

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Cascade looking for a new Advocacy Director. Again. #SEAbikes

Cascade Bicycle Club is searching for a new Advocacy Director as Jeff Aken steps back into a regional planning role at the organization. The next person to take the job will be the fifth to hold that position in as many years.  Aken moved into the spot…

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State will fund UW Burke-Gilman remake, Northgate bike/walk bridge, Eastside bike share + a lot more #SEAbikes

Today, the WA House passed the appropriations part of the 16-year transportation package, earmarking money for lots and lots of highways and highway debt. We here at Seattle Bike Blog are certainly distressed by all the new and expanded highways, but…

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10,000 people will bike from Seattle to Portland this weekend #SEAbikes

Cascade Bicycle Club’s sold-out annual Seattle to Portland Classic leaves the Husky Stadium parking lots Saturday morning for a 206-mile ride. You can cheer 10,000 folks on all morning either at UW or anywhere along Lake Washington Boulevard starting at…

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City and contractor rethinking sudden 2nd Ave bike lane closure #SEAbikes

The moment fences went up blocking the 2nd Ave protected bike lane just south of Pike Street, I started getting tweets and emails from baffled people who, rather than having a protected bike lane were detoured mid-block into the general traffic lane: Holy…
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