Seattle residents mixed after city announces no bike lane planned for 35th Avenue
SEATTLE - It’s rush hour in Seattle and along 35th Avenue, it means navigating traffic and watching out for cyclists who are sharing the road too. That includes watching out for families like the Gruhns, who were cycling together to the doughnut shop down the street. “We’re going out on the sidewalk, and we’re in danger of cars coming in and out of the driveway and cars coming in and out of the road where as if we had a dedicated bike lane it would be a lot safer for my kids,” said Robert Gruhn, who lives in the neighborhood and was biking with his 3 and 5-year-old children.