Articles

The Guardian
~Did Seattle’s mandatory helmet law kill off its bike-share scheme?

The Nation
~If Politicians Actually Want to Make Change, They Have to Think Like Organizers – My profile of former Seattle City Coucilmember Nick Licata

Yes! Magazine
~Washington Governor’s Order to Protect Immigrants Will Also Save State’s Economy
~Voter Suppression Laws Disenfranchised Millions of Voters. Could a National Vote By Mail Law Turn That Around?

Pacific Standard Magazine
~Moving Taholah Village Before It’s Swallowed by the Sea
~A Bike Ride Through Qatar

VICE Sports
~Seattle’s Lucha Libre Wrestlers are Fighting for their Sport in the State Legislature
~Can Ayesha McGowan Become America’s First Black Woman Pro Cyclist?
(Featured on New York Times Now’s daily news round up.)
~The Fight to Keep Junior Hockey Players From Getting Paid
~Child Labor, Lawsuits, and How Junior Hockey Exploits Its Players For Profit

Next City Features
~Building a Bikeable City for All
~The Clock Is Ticking on Seattle’s Affordable Housing Solution
~Streets Experiments Made This City Engineer a Celebrity Bureaucrat

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~Trump Tax Promise Is Already Affecting Affordable Housing
~What to Do When Discounted Transit Is Still Too Expensive
~Memorializing the Seattle Freeway That Almost Was
~What To Do When Discounted Transit Is Still Too Expensive
~How Airbnb Factors Into Seattle Displacement Concerns
~New App Is Mapping the Accessible City
~Will Washington Voters Love Cars More Than Light Rail?
~It’s Time for U.S. Cities To Ban Right Turns On Red
~Seattle Lines Up Money to Help Business Owners During Street Project
~The Political Cost of Seattle’s Newest Protected Bike Lane
~“No” Vote Isn’t Stopping Push for Municipal Broadband in Seattle
~New Maps Show World’s Cities Disappearing Under Water
~The Case Against Bright-as-the-Sun Flashing Bike Lights
~Driverless Bus Testing Coming to Bay Area
~Stop Building Mediocre Parklets, Start Building Pavement Parks
~Inside Seattle’s Battle Over a High Line-Style Park
~Gil Penalosa: Citizens Can’t Be Spectators in Urban Planning
~Parking Bill Aims to Offset Light-Rail-Fueled Gentrification in Seattle
~Kids Today Are Changing Bike Advocacy
~What the Last 4 U.S. Presidents Have Done for Bicycling
~Middle Fingers Won’t Move the Needle on Our Broken Driving Culture
~When Drunk Walking Is Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Walk Drunk
~Working on a New Conversation About Bike Equity
~D.C. Bike-Share Is on the Verge of Unionizing

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Crosscut Features
~How Seattle Blew Its Chance At A Subway System

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~Celebration and anger as Seattle’s neighborhood council system upended
~Affordable housing: The ‘infinitely scalable’ solution
~Fighting Seattle’s ‘economic apartheid’

~First the Olympics, then Seattle Transportation: Meet Nicole Freedman
~Seattle’s affordable housing explained
~The Rainier Ave. Problem
~The Pronto Marathon: 50 stations, six neighborhoods, 5 1/2 hours.”
~Second Avenue: Just the beginning for protected bike lanes
~Robert Reich: How to fight for economic fairness in Seattle and beyond
~Photo essay: Faces from Seattle’s Climate March

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The Magazine
~A Lorax That Flies

425 Business
~Sandeep Nain Gives up Tech to Follow His Passion
~Bicycling: It’s Food for His Soul
~From the Forests to the Hills
~Satisfaction Through the Science of Food
~Fishing For Balance
~Peace Through Paddling
~Hitting the Trails

Grist
~Want to empower African American kids? Give them bikes

The Bicycle Story
~Jeremy Powers: Life at the Top of American Cyclocross
~Dan Malloy: Slow is Fast When You’re Surfing by Bike
~Ed Ewing: Race, Equity, and Empowerment by Bike
~Adonia Lugo: Race, Class, and Bicycling in America
~Is Detroit America’s Next Big Bike City?
~Kyle Dempster: A Climber’s Ride on the Backroads of Kyrgyzstan
~Getting Away With Weeknight Bike Camping

PubliCola
~We Need People Who Ride Bikes, Not Cyclists
~We All Pay For The Roads
~McGinn’s $13 Million Walk Bike Ride Plan Is More Equitable Than You Think
~The Case For Separated Bicycle Facilities


Cyclocross Magazine
~Molly Cameron: Oregon’s favorite vegan, transgendered, bikeshop owning, pro racer

Campus Progress
~Investing in Bicycle Transit Creates a Cleaner, Safer Future for Commuters
~Inside the 2009 College Republican National Convention