• Double Sharrows

    Recently in Seattle I found a pair of sharrows, side by side in a traffic lane. I’m not sure what the purpose of them is supposed to be, but reminded me a little bit of the BELIEVE graphic I made a little while ago.

  • Seattle’s Sharrows

    One very prominent feature of Seattle’s cycling infrastructure are its sharrows. While Portland primarily reserves these shared lane markings for their Neighborhood Greenways, Seattle has applied them liberally to many different types of streets. Take a look for yourself in the photos below. With the exception of the occasional trip via car on a freeway …

  • Seattle’s Cycling Infrastructure

    Over the weekend I visited Seattle and was pleasantly surprised at all the infrastructure for people on bikes. Coming from Portland I’m used to having a network of quiet, bicycle friendly streets that can be used to travel all around the city, away from most motor vehicle traffic. While Seattle didn’t seem to have quite …

  • Home Sweet Home

    My trip to Seattle was a blast, and I am now back home in Tigard. The train ride home was as pleasant and stress free as the ride North. Getting the Brompton onto the train was again a cinch, despite it finding a home on the top of three luggage racks this time around. Along …