SDOT is Rolling in to May, Bike to Work Month!

 

May is Bike to Work Month. SDOT added a host of new bike facilities to Seattle’s already strong bicycling network in 2014. Our city has more lanes, trails, racks and signs than ever before, so now is your chance to join the ride. If you are a regular bike commuter, try to hit every day in May. And if you have never commuted in by bike before, why not use Bike to Work Month as an opportunity to give it a try? Seattle is a hilly city, so if looking find a route that has less incline, check out our Bike Map which can help sort out some routes for you to take.

Newly painted Bike Lane and BGT Leaning Rail

Newly painted Bike Lane and BGT Leaning Rail

Scott Kubly, SDOT’s Director challenged other city department directors this week and was joined by Councilmember Sally Bagshaw and Seattle Public Utilities Director Ray Hoffman to encourage all city staff to participate in Bike to Work Month.

SDOT Dir. Scott Kubly joind by Councilmember Sally Bagshaw and SPU Director Ray Hoffman at BTW Challenge

Councilmember Sally Bagshaw and SPU Director Ray Hoffman accepts SDOT Director Scott Kubly’s Bike to Work Month challenge.

We look forward to seeing you biking throughout the month of May enjoying a Spring ride. For Bike Share, Bikes on Buses and other useful links and resources please click here.