Rainier Ave Protected Bike Lane (ONE DAY ONLY) September 18th
Don't freak out! It's for one day only.
|A sneak peek of the route, less glamorous than the real thing|
This Friday (September 18th, 2015) for PARK(ing) Day South Seattle Family Bicyclist will set up a protected bike lane. Check out the live link if you can't make it this south.
The lane will run from
Rainier Ave/39th Ave to Rainier Ave/42nd Ave.
10am-6:30pm, Depending on staffing we might have to break down early. I know, sad but it's a big part of the day.
It will loop around to a crosswalk so that you can try it as much as possible. If you get tired of going up and down the street, BikeWorks will have a nice little lounge with snacks. SNACKS!!
What can you expect? Fun, maybe rain. Let's find out. I have yet to acquire a bubble machine. Everyone needs a bubble machine.
Lots of hours went into this and so many people put time and effort. Probably the best part was I got to speak to Jim Curtin at the SDOT office and discuss this plan and the current pilot Road Diet some people love to hate.
Initial work started and look at the cute baby! You can't deny the baby of a bike lane.
You won't believe crew that put up *70* signs today to prepare for Rainier #PARKingDayPlus Safe Streets for Families! pic.twitter.com/xKevDjdUOk— Seattle Greenways (@SNGreenways) September 16, 2015
Join is for bike infrastructure down
here in the Rainier Valley.