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Burke-Gilman Trail stretch in Fremont closing through October

The closure will run from the crosswalk west of the Lake Washington Rowing Club to the west end of the office building at 1000 North Northlake Way.

Watch This BMX Bike Sharing Tour of Seattle

"You must not use a Pronto Cycle Share bicycle for racing, riding off road, or any use other than safe operation on public or private roads or property and designated bicycle routes." Don't tell that to BMX rider Steven Bafus/

Fremont Solstice Naked Riders Need to Register

Naked, body-painted cyclists have been an unofficial-official part of the Fremont Solstice Parade for years. The Fremont Arts Council now wants to change that and is asking participants to register online.

Seattle's Worst Intersection: 50th St & Stone Way

The Urbanist wants to bring your attention to a certain North Seattle traffic chokepoint where "nobody wins" from cars to bikes to pedestrians. They've named N 50th St and Stone Way N the worst intersection in Seattle.

How to Commute During Seattle's Viaduct Closure

On Friday, April 29, the Alaskan Way Viaduct is closing for two weeks while Bertha digs her tunnel underneath it. That's going to displace roughly 90,000 vehicles/day that use the major Seattle artery. Do you know how you'll get around?

Ethics Probe Muddies Waters Around Pronto Purchase

SDOT Director Scott Kubly is the subject of an ethics probe after it was discovered membership numbers used in the city council's decision to purchase the cycle share program were inflated.

Pronto Moves Closer to Capitol Hill ULink Station

Capitol Hill commuters who want to hop off the light rail and hop on a bike can do it pretty easily now.

City Council Votes to Buy Pronto & Expand Service

The vote releases $1.4 million from the city’s budget to rescue Pronto and ensures that the bike share program will continue.

City Council Committee Did Vote to Save Pronto

The initial report that the Seattle City Council's transportation committee was split on funding Pronto was wrong and the committee actually favored it, 4-2.

Seattle Among Safest Cities for Biking & Walking

While the city has a long way to go on infrastructure, Seattle is among the safest and strongest for pedestrians and cyclists.

City Council Splits on Saving Bike-Share Program

The Seattle City Council's transportation committee split 3-3 on Tuesday, which means the ordinance will now be sent without recommendation to the entire council for a final vote on March 14.

Pronto Bike-Share Faces Shutdown Without $1.4M SDOT Buyout

Rejoice! Bike Lanes on the 520 Bridge Open Early