Despite setbacks for safety in areas like the Missing Link, we’re continuing our work to promote better and safer access to nonmotorized options for everyone.
As part of our Southeast Seattle Bikes effort, we will be counting the number of bicyclists who board the light rail on April 29 from 7 to 9 a.m. What’s the goal, you might ask? At this point, Sound Transit hasn’t collected real data on the number of cyclists using the light rail. Having these numbers will help us to better understand the demand for bicycling facilities at and on light rail facilities. As Sound Transit continues to expand the light rail network, this data will be valuable for station planning and design.
If you can help count bicyclists in Southeast Seattle on April 29, between 7 and 9 a.m., please email Tessa. Thanks!