by Carl, 01/08/2014, 8:01 AM

Bikes passed the counter at the Fremont Bridge 926,025 times last year. It’s quite a bit over 2012 and a testament to Seattle and the region’s commitment to infrastructure for bikes on the government level, and to riding on the individual level.

It’s obviously still a small number compared to the number of cars crossing the bridge, but it is a lot of commutes, day trips, and other outings. Still, because we like round numbers — and goals — I think we can hit 1,000,000 next year.

4 Responses to “926,025”

1. Yawn spews:

Bikes, the most efficient form of transportation…or not.

2. Roger Rabbit spews:

How do we know it isn’t the same guy riding the same bike across the bridge 926,025 times?

3. Carl spews:

Well a few are me, but I’m pretty sure I didn’t cross the bridge quite that many times.

4. Roger Rabbit spews:

Speaking of bridges, New Jersey Gov. Christie may have just met his own “bridge too far.”