#SeattleSqueeze online resource: seattle.gov/traffic

You’ve heard it: How you get around is changing. But you’ve also heard that a souped-up website for all things Period of Maximum Constraint (now #SeattleSqueeze) was coming. Well, guess what? It’s here; it’s finally here! To help you prepare for Seattle’s era of tough traffic over the next five years, we’ve worked together with city transportation partners and organizations to bring you the newest one-stop resource during what we’re hashtagging as the #SeattleSqueeze.

 

Go ahead and click it. ???

So how exactly will this innovative site work? The information on the site will evolve over time because after WSDOT’s January 11, three-week closure of SR 99 downtown to #Realign99, many – many – many more projects will follow and this website will be your go-to for:

 

  • Current traffic times to neighborhoods across Seattle.
  • Projected travel times 45 mins from now.
  • Apps, maps, and more.
  • Popular questions answered.
  • Partner resources.
  • Signing up for alerts. You’ll have the option to subscribe to traffic alerts for YOUR commute. That’s right, get the latest travel times, tips, and suggestions for your commute with 2x a day traffic alerts to neighborhood corridors so you can plan ahead.

 

Take a self-guided tour! Visit seattle.gov/traffic and subscribe to alerts. #GetReady #SeattleSqueeze

 

 

Details about the seattle.gov/traffic website on our November 16, blog.