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It can be confusing as to what each kind of bike lane is. Are class III bike lanes more protected than class II? Are class I's the most dissimilar to Class IV's? Here's a quick gude.Class I Facilities are the safest for bicycles. Not just for bicycles, these...read more
Vote Postponed for May 21 The Regnart Creek Trail vote at the City Council has been rescheduled to a future meeting date, likely on July 16th. In the meantime, City Staff are continuing their work to completing the design to a 65% design level. This does not indicate...read more
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Next Tuesday, May 21st we have some excellent topics on our Safe Routes to School Working Group meeting agenda! Agenda here. In addition to the usual Safe Routes updates from the City, guest speakers from Collins, Hyde and Stevens Creek will present the wonderful...read more
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THE CYCLE LIFE Mar 8, 2017Photo: Seattle Municipal Archives/Flickr In 1967, Davis broke ground on the country's first true bike lane. Fifty years later, we look back on the inaugural system's impact—and how more work remains to be done to protect cyclists...read more
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