Seattle Bike Expo 2014 – Tweed Ride

Seattle Bike Expo 2014 – Tweed Ride
Join us this Sunday, March 2nd, at 10:00 AM for a bike ride to the Seattle Bike Expo.  Meet us under the West Seattle Bridge, at the intersection of the Duwamish and Alki Trails. We’ll have several veteran riders to help lead you.  It will be a casual ride…we won’t be in any rush!  Our ...

West Seattle 5-Way Intersection Workshop

West Seattle 5-Way Intersection Workshop
This morning, City Council Transportation Committee Chair Tom Rasmussen opened a workshop with about 25 people invited by SDOT to brainstorm design input for the redesign of our #1 priority intersection: the 5-way at Chelan, Delridge, Spokane and West Marginal Way SW. Thank you Council Member Rasmussen for securing funding for design of this challenging ...

White Center Community Summit

White Center Community Summit
Stop by and visit with Kathy and Theresa from West Seattle Bike Connections this Saturday at the White Center Community Summit!    

Funding for Safe Intersections

We  have applied for two Neighborhood Parks & Streets Fund Grants grants and assisted other groups with two more — if you know people on the Southwest or the Delridge District Councils, please give these a plug. For small projects by SDOT and Parks. – 11th Ave SW & SW Holden St:  Holden is a high ...

More changes at S Atlantic St / East Marginal Way S

More changes at S Atlantic St / East Marginal Way S
Thank you to Dongho Chang, SDOT Chief Traffic Engineer, for riding out to meet and look at the bike detour. He’ll ask the project to move the fence behind the sign base and electrical box for a little more room. Video sensors now detect northbound bikes to change the light, and the east-west crosswalk signal ...

Changes at S Atlantic St / Alaskan Way / East Marginal

We and others gave WSDOT some feedback on bike crossings and new detours at the newly opened Atlantic Street flyover crossing.  The viaduct replacement project has responded, as you have seen this week if you take that route to downtown. Kudos to all who spoke up! Here’s their message and an invitation for more communication ...