Seeing Seattle (part i) — downtown bike track

  I checked out this bi-directional bike track in downtown Seattle.  It is separated from other vehicles by a poured curb, which in turn was interrupted by breaks to allow for water drainage and driveway access. |(above)  the pavement was painted green at private driveways to businesses, not just at intersections, like the Laurier bike track here.   above:  a whole block painted green, with car parking on the outside edge of the track, with a painted spacer to reduce dooring and motor car passengers stepping out in front of cyclists. I don’t know why the launching point on the … Continue reading Seeing Seattle (part i) — downtown bike track