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Seattle Bicycle Master Plan Update -- Project Library

Adopted Seattle Bicycle Master Plan - April 2014

Bicycle Master Plan SEPA Determination of Non-significance (DNS)

Comments on the DNS and checklist may be submitted until 5:00 pm Monday, December 16, 2013. In addition, any interested person may appeal this DNS by submitting a Notice of Appeal and a filing fee to the Office of the Hearing Examiner no later than 5:00 pm Monday, December 23, 2013. Please see the DNS for more information on providing comments and submitting appeals.

NE 65th Street Survey Results from October 2013

Working with the Mayor’s Office to conduct additional outreach to NE Seattle in October following the Mayor’s August Town Hall, SDOT hosted an on-line survey and an open house to gather additional comments and introduce four new bicycle facility alternatives to the community for review. Public comments received to date (since June 2013) reflect differing opinions on bicycle facilities along the NE 65th Street corridor, and the survey results reflect that as well. As indicated in the email that the Mayor sent out in October notifying people of the survey and open house to review and rank the four alternatives, the final recommendation for the NE 65th Street corridor was to be based on several factors: public input, safety for all transportation modes, integration of transit needs and access to the planned Roosevelt light rail station, overall bicycle network connectivity, and access and loading needs for businesses and properties along the corridor.See below for the email from the Mayor, the four alternatives presented in October, and the ranking results of the survey. The final bicycle network map recommendation for this area can be found within the Northeast sector map (linked above).


Release of the Draft Bicycle Master Plan: Public Engagement Phase Three

Draft Bicycle Master Plan

Public Engagement Phase Two

November 15 Online Lunch and Learn

Transcript of questions received and responses.

November Public Meeting Materials

Email us a picture of you holding this downloadable ‘I Bike’ sign. We’ll use it in our upcoming marketing campaign, Seattle: Best ‘scene’ from a bike.

Memos and Presentations to the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board (SBAB)

PowerPoints, memos and other Bicycle Master Plan (BMP) Update outreach materials will be posted here as available.

BMP Update Best Practices Issue Papers (white papers)

Project Reports

As work on the Bicycle Master Plan (BMP) update moves forward, final reports and other documents will be posted here.

Most recently, SDOT completed a State of the Seattle Bicycling Environment Report. The report presents current data and information based on what has been implemented since the BMP was adopted in 2007 and the work occurring now. It provides a snapshot of Seattle’s existing bicycling environment and will help set the stage for developing recommendations in the Bicycle Master Plan update. The report is available to download by clicking on the title.

Presentations to the City Council

What we heard

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