You’ve been seeing them around town since last July. These free-floating bike share programs have been helping people get around the city, blocking sidewalks, and just about everything else in between. The city is asking Seattleites to take a survey on bike sharing.
Concerned about transit in the Green Lake Neighborhood? Join Green Lake Community Council at 7 pm this Wednesday January 10 at The Hearthstone and get the lowdown. We are excited to welcome Vice Chair of the King County Council and Chair of the Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee, Rod Dembowski who will be presenting and available to answer […]
The Green Lake Residential Urban Village has seen some substantial growth over the past 15 years. We’ve seen multiple blocks torn down and built back up again. Albertsons is gone, but we have a PCC and Bartell Drugs now (many consider that an upgrade.) Parking has never been plentiful. We now have less of it, […]
Experience the magical Green Lake Pathway of Lights December 10th, 4:30 – 7:30 pm. Dress up and decorate your clothing with Holiday lights (even your dogs and their leashes) for the inspirational walk around the lake along a luminaria-lit path while you enjoy the sounds of the season provided by local schools and artists. Connect […]
1) Nine routes will be deleted. Deletions include Route 16. 2) Four new routes are planned. New route 62 replaces 16 but turns at Ravenna to go to Sand Point. 3) Thirteen routes are revised. Revised route 26x replaces route 16 north from Green Lake to Northgate Transit Station, but buses come less often. King […]
At our September meeting, attendees brought up traffic issues and a SDOT planner mentioned “traffic calming” as a potential solution. More information is available at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/neighborhoodtraffic.htm