Jeffrey Linn wrote to tell us about a bike tour of the proposed Green Lake to Lake Union Greenway. A group will meet tomorrow night (Wednesday, September 18) at 6pm at Green Lake Elementary School (2400 N. 65th St.) and everyone is invited to ride along:
This Wednesday evening, we will be having a bike tour of the proposed greenway route connecting Green Lake to Lake Union. This route is mapped out in the new Seattle Bicycle Master Plan, and we’d like to invite members of the community to come learn more about the route with us.Greenways are residential streets that have been traffic-calmed to allow safer passage for pedestrians and bicyclists. This greenway route would have the added benefit of connecting to several of our local elementary schools, helping to create safe routes for the kids of Wallingford and Tangletown. We’re exited to have representatives from the Seattle Department of Transportation, McDonald International School, Green Lake Elementary School, and the Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board riding with us.
We’ll be meeting at 6:00 PM, Wednesday, September 18, in front of Green Lake Elementary School at 65th and 1st Ave NE.Here is a map of the route: https://mapsengine.
google.com/map/edit?mid= zBAiUx9CCL-U.kNPy484L2rKI and a for the event: