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¿Como se dice, “prepared”?

  SDOT’s annual winter weather brochure is ready to roll in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagolog, Chinese, Somali and Korean!  Click here to download your copy today.  Starting next week, you can pick up a printed version at all Seattle Public Library branches and Neighborhood Service Centers.  The brochure has a large map… [ Keep reading ]

City Bridges are Dressed for Cold

As the rest of us pulled out our knitted hats and mittens, SDOT crews responded to last night’s lower temperatures by treating the city’s key bridges to keep ice from forming. SDOT drivers used tank trucks to spray salt brine on the Alaskan Way Viaduct, the West Seattle Bridge, Aurora… [ Keep reading ]

A New Era in Transportation

Here in Seattle we’re in the process of transforming our transportation system. We must accommodate growth, but we can’t build more streets. Although it’s a time of tough budgets, we’re preparing for a positive future and a walkable, livable city. We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint, offering more… [ Keep reading ]

Are You a Fan Yet?

Everyone’s on Facebook these days…and so are we. SDOT’s Community Parking Program (CPP) shares updates on the neighborhoods where parking is currently being studied. You can find information on upcoming meetings, updates on parking studies, links to maps for recommendations, and links to interesting parking-related stories among other things. This year… [ Keep reading ]