Author Archives: Paul Tolme

Wrong on Red: Policy Changes to Reduce Traffic Violence

Washington Bikes announces its legislative and policy agenda for reducing traffic violence and protecting vulnerable […]

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Complete Streets are Coming to Washington

A new law that went into effect July 1 requires Washington state highway planners to […]

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Big Progress Coming on the Olympic Discovery and Great American Trails

Washington’s Olympic Discovery Trail is a key segment in the 3,700-mile Great American Rail-Trail. Plans […]

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$29 Million Will Fast-Track Eastrail Construction Projects

Move Ahead Washington funds will benefit bike infrastructure statewide and speed up completion of key […]

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Washington Bikes Celebrates Passage of Largest Funding Package for Bicycling Infrastructure and Bike Education in Washington History

Legislation with $1.3 billion in spending for bike, walk, and roll initiatives headed to the […]

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Effort to Repeal Helmet Law Advances in King County

Washington Bikes and Cascade Bicycle Club 100 percent encourage people to wear helmets, but we […]

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Riding with Lee Lambert: a Q&A with Washington Bikes’ New Executive Director

Lee Lambert officially begins on Sept. 12 at Cascade’s Brats & Brews Family BBQ fundraiser. […]

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Press Release: Cascade Names Lee Lambert as New Executive Director

Lambert takes the helm of Cascade and WA Bikes following a long career in public […]

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One Year After a Driver Killed Her Husband, a Widow Speaks About the Need for Safer Roads

Teena Johnson of Tacoma urges people driving to be more cautious around people on bikes, […]

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Seattle’s Traffic Engineer is a Bike Rider with a Vision for Safer Streets

Dongho Chang is a South Korean immigrant and bike commuter with Twitter celebrity status among […]

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