Posts categorized under Sara Davis, Author at SDOT Blog - Page 3 of 18

Draft update of the Skybridge Director’s Rule is open for public comment

Skybridge 행정규칙(Director’s Rule)에 대해, 한국어로 제안된 업데이트 및 공개 의견 제출 기간에 대한 정보를 원하시면 publicspace@seattle.gov 으로이메일을 보내 주십시오. Si desea información sobre nuestras actualizaciones propuestas a la norma administrativa de Skybridge en español y sobre el período de comentarios públicos, envíenos un correo electrónico a publicspace@seattle.gov ስለSkybridge በአማርኛየመምሪያው ደንብ (Director’s… [ Keep reading ]

New Mobility Study shows how people use bike share, car share, and ride hail to get around Seattle

Car share, bike share, scooter share, and ride hail companies are offering free rides to COVID-19 vaccination appointments. Learn how to get your free ride!  Summary:   The New Mobility Study gives us a better understanding of how people use ride hail, car share, bike share, and carpool or taxi apps to… [ Keep reading ]

BIKE MONTH | Meet Ed Ewing of Bike Works  

In coming months we’ll share conversations with community leaders who are committed to making safer streets and stronger communities in Seattle. These people are rooted in their communities, amplify the voices and values of their neighborhood, and impact how people move around Seattle.    Today, we want to introduce you to Ed Ewing who’s the Executive Director of Bike Works.   … [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory | Temporary changes to Alaskan Way travel lanes mark progress of Waterfront Seattle’s new Alaskan Way construction

The Waterfront Seattle Program is constructing a new Alaskan Way roadway just east of the current Alaskan Way. This new roadway will occupy the space that used to be under the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Much of the space occupied by the current Alaskan Way roadway will be replaced with a new… [ Keep reading ]

BIKE MONTH | Bike season is here!

Image by: Jeanne Clark

TRAVEL ADVISORY | NE 95th St closed near Lake City Way NE

A small section of NE 95th St near Lake City Way NE is closed as crews build new sidewalks and curb ramps, install drainage and electrical utilities, and repave the road. We’re working with Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to improve safety, accessibility, and travel along SR 522 (Lake City… [ Keep reading ]

SURVEY | Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace & parking changes near the new Roosevelt Station

It’s happening! Sound Transit announced this month that the Roosevelt Link Light Rail Station is on schedule to open on October 2, 2021! In preparation for the new station and new travel patterns in the area, we’re proposing updates to some on-street parking near the station. Read on to see them.   We want to hear… [ Keep reading ]

Free rides to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment

Updated 5/25/21: Uber and Lyft are also offering free rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites from May 24th until July 4th! So you’ve made an appointment to get your COVID-19 vaccination. How are you going to get there? As of May 13, 2021, anyone 12 years-old or older is eligible to receive a… [ Keep reading ]

Earth Month | Belltown study hopes to identify solutions for easier deliveries and cleaner air in Seattle

The way people shop is changing. More and more we have everything from groceries, to medication, to furniture delivered to our homes. As demand for this service grows, so does the number of delivery trucks in our transportation system. The question becomes, how do we keep customers happy, keep people… [ Keep reading ]

SDOT Women Paving the Way | Meet Marilyn Scott

Women’s History Month may be over, but we’re going to keep sharing stories of SDOT’s talented, brave, strong, and determined employees who are making our city safer, opening paths for others, and fighting for a more equitable city. Today, we’d like to introduce you to Marilyn Scott. Marilyn is a… [ Keep reading ]