Posts Tagged ‘Bicycle Routes’

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Highland Park Greenway Project Meetings

I got a message from the Department of Neighbors regarding a meeting for the Greenway project proposed on 21st that would connect White Center to Delridge and then to Downtown.  If you are interested in the input for this project, please mark your calendars for a meeting on Nov 19th.  Details are on our event […]


WSB: Delridge Neighborhood District Council ReCap

The West Seattle Blog has a great recap of Wednesday’s Delridge Neighborhood District Council meeting.  The Bridging The Gap levy is going through it’s last cycle of grant applications and the neighborhood has to prioritize three projects to be reviewed by SDOT.  The projects proposed include expanding greenways, improving streets with side walks/drainage and alley […]

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Funding Secured for the Delridge Trail

For a long time, the northernmost portion of Delridge between Andover and the West Seattle Bridge trail has been a particularly egregious missing link in the West Seattle bike & pedestrian infrastructure. Coming south onto Delridge, the trail ends at a one-way intersection where drivers often block the curb ramp while awaiting a break in […]


Bike Box Has Arrived

All of the work that Jake V. has done over the past two years to increase cyclist safety and awareness in our area is now resulting in West Seattle’s first bike box.  For those entering Delridge from east bound Andover will notice a big green box marked for cyclist.  This is a bike box and gives cyclist the […]


Delridge Greenway Open House

Last night, about thirty Delridge and West Seattle neighbors gathered at Youngstown for SDOT’s Delridge Greenways open house. SDOT was well prepared – tables were set up around the room with large maps of the study area, displaying various information such as accident rates and locations, measured vehicle speeds and volumes, existing bike and pedestrian […]

Apple Tree Close up by Holli Margell

October Agenda

We are back to the library again this Monday at 6:30 pm.  We have a interesting agenda full of updates on different projects, information on the 26th Ave Greenway, and details on upcoming events.  Lots of stuff for our active little neighborhood. October Full Agenda Topics of Conversation include: Greenways Update (Guest: John Vander Sluis […]

Delridge Way, by Holli

WSB: North Delridge Rechannelization Project Progress

For all of us 120/125 commuters out there, the Delridge Rechannelization Project for our area starts next month.  That means more road work (re-striping) causing traffic issues for a while.  Once complete, the bus routes will have a faster commute time and parking on Delridge will be restricted between the bridge and the community center depending […]

The route 120 terminating at Burien Transit Center

King County Metro Open House Highlights

I was able to attend the tail end of Metro’s open house regarding the proposed changes to Delridge Way and serving bus routes.  There is a little summary and conversation going on over at the Seattle Transit Blog, but I wanted to share my observations with you.  This is by far not comprehensive, so please comment […]

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West Seattle Greenways Meeting: Sunday, April 22, 3pm

Join us for the next West Seattle Greenways meeting, this Sunday, April 22, 3pm at Pearls Coffee and Tea (4800 Delridge Way SW). Last meeting we heard from Tom Rasmussen, chair of the city council transportation committee, who answered our questions and gave us ideas about how to best advocate for safe routes through our […]

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West Seattle Greenways: Meeting Sunday March 18, 2012

Come join us this Sunday for our next meeting of West Seattle Greenways!  We’ll meet at Pearl’s Coffee and Tea at 4800 Delridge Way SW (map) at 3:00 pm on Sunday, March 18. This month, we’re excited to be joined by councilmember Tom Rasmussen, chair of the city Transportation committee, who will give the city’s […]

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