Author Archives: Paul Tolme

Cascade and Washington Bikes Support Decriminalizing Helmet Use

A new study shows that Black people have been disproportionately ticketed in Seattle for violating […]

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Major Progress on Washington’s Longest Bike Trail

A bike bridge over the Columbia River is among approximately $10 million in projects underway […]

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The Safety Stop: Why it Improves Safety, and When You Must Still Stop

WHAT IS THE SAFETY STOP? The “Safety Stop” law that went into effect on Oct. […]

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Washington ‘Safety Stop’ Law for People Riding Bikes Goes Into Effect Oct. 1

People riding bikes can treat a stop sign as a yield if the coast is […]

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The Legacy of Cooper Jones: How a Family’s Loss Led to Washington’s ‘Share the Road’ License Plates

David Jones got the call he will never forget in the early evening of June […]

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