As people took up cycling during pandemic, Seattle went on a bike-lane-building binge
By Michelle Baruchman, The Seattle Times - 8/17/21
Seattle residents have new biking options for getting around the city.
Since the start of 2020 and the first half of 2021, the city has built almost 7 miles of protected bicycle lanes, focusing largely on connections in downtown and South Seattle. Read more...
A rider climbs the slight hill on Dr. Jose P. Rizal Bridge. New bike lanes on both sides of the bridge connect Beacon Hill and downtown. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Letter offers support of Duwamish Trail to West Marginal Way connection
Westside Seattle - 1/22/21
Recently, West Seattle Bike Connections (WSBC) met with SDOT for a presentation of its proposal for a two-way bicycle trail between the West Seattle low bridge and the north end of the West Duwamish trail using the southbound curb lane of West Marginal Way SW. WSBC, in consultation with Duwamish Valley Safe Streets and West Duwamish Greenbelt Trails, has just sent a letter to SDOT detailing our support for the project. Read more...
Subject: West Marginal Way SW - Duwamish Trail Connection