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Bicycle Spot Improvement Program

The Bicycle Spot Improvement Program makes low cost improvements to enhance bicycle safety and convenience for bicyclists by allowing them to use the existing street system more comfortably. Projects include:

Surface Improvements - pothole patching, drain grate replacement, etc.

Signing and Striping - motor vehicle warning signs at trail crossings, bicycle lane striping and stenciling, etc.

Access Improvements - adjusting of electronic detection for bicyclists at traffic signals, traffic island modification, etc.

Sidewalk Bike Rack Installation - over 2,300 sidewalk bicycle racks have been installed in business districts since September of 1993.

More bike rack information or requests for rack installations can be made by citizens and business owners by calling the Seattle Bicycle Program at (206) 684-7583.

If you have complaints or concerns, WalkAndBike@Seattle.gov email the Bike Spot Program.

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