Legislature’s Capital Budget Reaches All-Time High for Trails
The 2015-17 Capital Budget invests $15.6 million, or almost a 50% increase from the previous […]
It’s crunch time in Olympia
Act now and let your legislators know it’s time to hold the line on critical […]
The Statewide Bike Counter Network is Growing!
Today, WSDOT, in partnership with Washington Bikes, City of Redmond and King County Parks, installed […]
What Makes a Bicycle Friendly Community in Washington State?
Last week brought news that 4 new Bicycle Friendly Communities were designated in Washington state. […]
Help a grassroots citizens group make the Bay to Baker Trail a reality
A newly formed advocacy group in the North Cascade foothills is growing a vision of […]
We’re Number One…Or Are We?
Why is Washington State the #1 Bicycle Friendly State in the United States and not […]
Take Action: It’s Time to Hold the Line
Right now legislators in Olympia are negotiating transportation spending that will decide where billions of […]
The State Legislature passed a transportation budget. Here’s what that means for a biking project near you.
Last week, the state legislature passed the 2015-17 biennial transportation budget with approximately $21 million […]
The Washington State Legislature’s first special session is over. What happens now for bicycling?
Thursday was the last day of the Washington State Legislature’s thirty-day special session called by […]