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Two-Way Traffic and Bike Lane Open on W Green Lake Way Now

Beating its expected deadline of Oct. 1, the Seattle Department of Transportation has completed and re-opened W Green Lake Way, with a new protected bike/walk lane, a slower speed limit, and better road signage. Remembering it was open, I tried it today driving back from Ballard on 65th and found it a seamless transition. The […]

Update: GreenLake Way Closure Permanent?

Speaking to Greenlaker today, Councilmember Strauss said “What they’ve [Seattle Department of Transportation] let me know is they are going to be briefing the mayor and making a final decision in the next two weeks.”

Closing the Loop: Protecting the Green Lake Outer Path

“With a protected path on Aurora, there can be a complete loop around the Green Lake Park that is safe for kids and others to safely and comfortably get around the park. It’d effectively be a 10- to 13-foot widening of the City’s best* park on all sides.”

West Green Lake Way to Sort of Reopen

Seattle Department of Transportation says as soon as this week the Northbound lane of W Green Lake Way – a “Keep Moving Street” since last April – will reopen, but NOT the Southbound lane. This will open access to the tennis courts (and their parking) across from the Pitch and Putt, and the dog park, […]