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Tell the city: Build the Basic Bike Network now!

Safe bike lanes downtown are in jeopardy.

We need your help to demonstrate support for building the #BasicBikeNetwork now by showing up at the Seattle City Council Transportation Committee meeting this Tuesday! RSVP and learn more.
Downtown bikingWhat’s the Basic Bike Network? It’s a vision for a connected network of safe streets to bike on, not just disconnected pieces here and there. When the #BasicBikeNetwork is built, the city expects to more than double the number of people who bike downtown by 2023. And we also know that protected bike lanes make it safer to walk too by separating car turning and walking signal phases.

Downtown Minimum grid map with arrows 6 copyBut the basic bike network has already been delayed years because of politics, and we can’t wait any longer to make our city safer and more accessible.

Join us as we tell the city: Build the Basic Bike Network now!

When: Tuesday, April 3rd, 2:00-2:40 PM (please arrive a few minutes before 2 PM)

Where: Seattle City Hall, in the Council Chambers (2nd floor).

RSVP: On Facebook or to clara@seattlegreenways.org

How: By standing with us and holding signs of support (we will have some available) during the public comment period of the meeting. If you’re interested in speaking please contact clara@seattlegreenways.org. Kids and families very welcome!

 

Community members stand up for the #BasicBikeNetwork at the Seattle Community Council Transportation Meeting

Photo Credit: SounderBruce

 

Can’t make it? Stay tuned for more opportunities.

Thank you and we hope you can join us on Tuesday!

Gordon Padelford
Executive Director
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways