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Podcast #34: Not a Conspiracy

More on One Center City Should ST have an elected board? (17:30) Tolling freeways (29:11) High-speed rail to Vancouver (34:55)

KBOO Bike Show: Bikes in Culture

 Listen to the show (mp3, 25.7MB) Alon and Tori explore the depiction of bikes in culture with Dr. Jeremy Withers, editor of “Culture on Two Wheels”. They also chat with cartoonist Andy Singer. The post KBOO Bike Show: Bikes in Culture appeared first on Portland Transport.

Podcast #33: A Conspiracy

Panic at the port Funding for sanctuary cities Link to Federal Way Eastside bike share One Center City

Podcast #32: Clickbait

Bikeshare goes down Angle Lake ridership impresses us Fixing Link operations Metro’s new battery buses  

KBOO Bike Show: Shops

 Listen to the show (mp3, 26.5MB) Tori and Meg talk with several bike shop staffers about what makes a good shop and “the intimidation factor.” The post KBOO Bike Show: Shops appeared first on Portland Transport.

Podcast #31: Year in Review

What conclusions can we draw from the ST3 precinct map? (1:50) Real-time arrival info for Link remains elusive (16:20) Open gangways and ST’s culture (26:30) Assorted thoughts on 2016 and Seattle Transit (39:30) How you can make a difference...Show More Summary

KBOO Bike Show: Standing Rock

 Listen to the show (mp3, 26.8MB) Tori, Alon and Terry talk with Mike Cobb and James White Fox about how bikes are supporting the protesters at Standing Rock. The post KBOO Bike Show: Standing Rock appeared first on Portland Transpo...

Podcast #30: Mailbag

Seoul report card Waterfront highway Listener mailbag Olive Way Mt. Baker TCC and SeaSub

Podcast #29: A Sour Pill

Zach sits in for Martin this week to ST3 passes while Trump prevails Votes by precinct Passenger Rail in Eastern WA Kitsap foot ferries

KBOO Bike Show: Dirt

 Listen to the show (mp3, 25.5MB) Alon and Tori check in on the progress of the Off Road Cycling Master Plan development. They also get an update on Gateway Green. The post KBOO Bike Show: Dirt appeared first on Portland Transport.

Podcast #28: Down to the Wire

Endorsements (2:25) Vox on I-732 (25:30) Seattle Times’ ST3 endorsement (29:45) Predictions (39:40)

Podcast #27: Centrifugal Forces

Replacing Pronto: Part 1, Part 2 (5:10) ST3 isn’t perfect, but it’s good (27:20) Crosscut: the history of Forward Thrust (33:30) Metro multifamily Park & Ride pilot (41:10)

Podcast #26: Expand the District

If ST3 wins / if ST3 loses (4:30) Metro budget (25:20) Center City Connector funded (32:30) South Lake Union tech shuttles (37:10)

KBOO Bike Show: Education and Justice

 Listen to the show (mp3, 26.1MB) Alon and Tori talk with Rebecca Hamilton and PBOT’s Scott Cohen about the PBOT/PSU Traffic and Transportation class. In the second half they speak with Aaron Golub, co-editor of Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation – Biking for All. The post KBOO Bike Show: Education and Justice appeared first on Portland Transport.

Martin on the Seattle Growth Podcast

Martin was a guest on a recent episode of the Seattle Growth Podcast, which covered transportation.  Martin starts at the 30 minute mark, but the interview with SDOT director Scott Kubly is interesting as well. You can listen right here:...Show More Summary

Podcast #25: Christmas Tree

Comparing hypothetical alternatives for ST3, peanut butter and otherwise (1:20) Seattle Subway lands a good troll (18:50) Danny Westneat on Police Stations (23:35) Danny Westneat on Pronto (31:20) The merits of a cash ban (39:00) Our ST3 page (45:55)

KBOO Bike Show: Summer Adventures

 Listen to the show (mp3, 26.7MB) Meg and Alon talk with Jasmine Reese II and Spencer Harding about their summer bike touring adventures. The post KBOO Bike Show: Summer Adventures appeared first on Portland Transport.

Podcast #24: World’s Smallest Violin

Discussing our ST3 Endorsement (1:30) Vancouver’s real-estate bust and what it might mean for Seattle (13:00) Reader mailbag (21:40)

Podcast #23: Cranky Contrarians

I-732 and progressive coalitions (1:20) Reuven Carlyle’s doubts about ST3 (24:05) What do ST1’s cost overruns tell us, if anything, about ST3? (35:30) Angle Lake (42:30) Sponsored by Talking Headways

Podcast #22: Useful Econometrics

Ridership and Crowding ($) (2:40) Not enough housing construction (16:10) Madison BRT improvements (23:50) Parking permits (30:00) ST3 costs (44:05) Note: apologies in advance for the microphone issues on Frank’s end. Sponsored by Talking Headways

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