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30 Days of Biking, Day 15: Taxes

Obvious connection, right? Federal income tax due date and bicycling. Perhaps not, if you don’t […]

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Washington Bikes in Olympia: 2014 Legislative Agenda

After a busy 2013, which featured several victories as well as a long conversation over […]

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Bikenomics Book Review

As a follow-up to her earlier ‘zine Bikenomics, Elly Blue has written and published a […]

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Message to Senate Transportation Committee: Safety First!

On Wednesday evening, October 2, I testified at a state Transportation Committee Hearing at Central Valley […]

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Make Your Voice Heard At the Washington State Senate Listening Sessions

Updated to add three more sessions announced Sept. 12 and with change of location for […]

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Anacortes Wants The Guemes Channel Trail!

Wow! On a Wednesday morning over 90 residents, business owners, Chamber of Commerce representatives, city […]

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Bicycle Urbanism Symposium a Smashing Success.

After considerable anticipation and planning over the past year and a half, the Bicycle Urbanism […]

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Bicycle Urbanism Symposium at the University of Washington June 19-22

In late January I wrote a post inviting your participation in the University of Washington’s […]

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The Grad Student Goes to the Bike Summit, Part 2: Learning from the Pros

The first item on the National Bike Summit schedule for the afternoon of Monday, March […]

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The Grad Student Goes to the Bike Summit, Part 1: Joining Forces

Writing a dissertation can be a lonely process. You’re the only person who knows all […]

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