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Monday, October 14, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Council funds city’s first greenway

The Spokane City Council approved $500,000 for the design and construction of a greenway on Cincinnati Street between Spokane Falls Boulevard and Euclid Avenue.


Work will finish downtown bicycle lane loop

There is a place in downtown Spokane where the bike lane ends. It’s at Main Avenue and Howard Street, and it’s not the greatest transaction for cyclists. When the light …


Coeur d’Alene planning redevelopment of Sherman Avenue

Depending on who you ask, the east gateway to Coeur d’Alene is either a thriving business district or an urban blemish. An up-and-coming working neighborhood with grit, or drab and …


Cities look at making Seltice Way safer for cyclists, pedestrians

Seltice Way is a fast-moving and increasingly busy street linking Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls. It also serves as a handy detour when Interstate 90 gets gummed up. If you’re …


Trail proposed for Southgate area

As engineers for the city of Spokane get ready to rebuild Havana Street south of 37th Avenue in 2015, they are also proposing a new paved pathway on an undeveloped …


Spokane maintains bronze rating for bike-friendliness

When it comes to commuting on two wheels, Spokane is no Portland or Minneapolis, but it has maintained its status among their vaunted ranks. The city announced Tuesday that it …


Downtown loop adds bikes to flow

Sara Stime bikes to work every now and again. A couple of days a week, she throws her bike in her car and drives down Sunset Hill to Browne’s Addition, …


Getting There: Road-sharing just got easier

The Howard Street corridor in Spokane from Fourth Avenue to Buckeye Street is being turned into a bicycle route. In addition, a bicycle loop is being marked off in the …


2nd Avenue repaving on track; lines may take time

Second Avenue downtown will be repaved this summer as planned, but the final design may remove one of three vehicle lanes in favor of one for bicycles, city officials say. …


Second Avenue repaving project faces bumpy road

A month after Spokane leaders endorsed goals to make streets more amenable to pedestrians and bicyclists, debate is emerging that could delay one of the city’s largest planned repaving projects …


Council votes to look into ‘complete streets’

Bike lanes, improved sidewalks and other transportation amenities will get a renewed focus in the city of Spokane. The Spokane City Council agreed Monday to direct city workers to “identify …


Parking lot will narrow block of Main Avenue

A lane of travel in a block of a downtown street will be eliminated this summer to make way for a bigger parking lot. The Spokane Public Facilities District next …


Getting There: Trails, bike lanes part of N. Idaho vision

Opening of the Prairie Trail in the Coeur d’Alene area last summer – a complement to the Centennial Trail between Spokane and North Idaho – is part of a push …