It has now been three weeks since Seattle’s first separated cycle track on a central city street became operational.
CHS cruised the Broadway bikeway on Day One — and found people making bad vehicle parking decisions then. Those bad decisions continue 23 days later.
With plastic bollards installed, some new paint and a few new signs, the infrastructure components are in place. It’s time for education. SDOT has created these handy signs you can share with your friends on Facebook, etc. to help them not be confused the next time they’re faced with parking near a bikeway. Please, no parking in the cycle track.