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Winter is coming, but you can take it by storm

With the Thanksgiving holiday around the corner we have put together a quick checklist of ways you can be prepared to take winter by storm.    Get ready for anything  Don’t get caught off–guard this winter. If you wait until the snow starts falling it may be too late… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving Seattle: Nov 15 – Nov 17

Phew what a week! Monday night football was a blaze with our Seahawks winning and we had an amazing celebration with our very own Sounders and second time MLS champs on Tuesday! Here’s what’s happening around the city this weekend. Please plan accordingly. F R I. N O… [ Keep reading ]

We’ve Drafted Design Standards for Small Wireless Facilities and Want to Know What You Think!

Today, we’ve published the initial draft of our proposed Small Wireless Facility (SWF) design standards. Our goal with these standards is to reduce visual impacts to the streets and sidewalks that form the public right-of-way while establishing rules concerning SWF design. Most often installed on poles in the public… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving Seattle : Nov 4 – Nov 10

F R I. N O V 8   Pacific Northwest Ballet presents Locally Sourced: At McCaw Hall.  Performance at: 7:30PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000.   SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9:   Pacific Northwest Ballet presents Locally Sourced: At McCaw Hall.  Performances at: 2:00PM and 7:30PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000… [ Keep reading ]

Need a late-night pick-me-up? New ride-hail pickup zone pilot program coming to Capitol Hill

Did you know that Capitol Hill, between Pike and Pine Streets is one of the city’s busiest night life areas? Thousands of people visit the area on weekend nights. We are working with our city partners including Uber and Lyft to add designated passenger loading zones for late-night pick-ups… [ Keep reading ]

Alaskan Way is open during construction – come check us out!

What’s happening? As we prepare for the start of SR 99 tolling on November 9, we are working with the Office of the Waterfront and Civic Projects to keep Alaskan Way open and accessible to drivers and pedestrians. This coordination is all part of the #SeattleSqueeze and all our… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving Seattle : Oct 28 – Nov 3

It’s Trick or Treat week! We can’t wait to see all the great costumes and we remind you to be extra safe on Halloween. Here is what’s happening around the city this week. W E D. O C T 30   Seattle Opera presents Cinderella: McCaw Hall.  Event… [ Keep reading ]

Read our Annual Report to see how we’re serving all corners of the city with more bus rides.

Thanks to the voter-approved Seattle Transportation Benefit District Proposition 1 (STBD), we continue to make improvements to bus service & access within Seattle.   In partnership with King County Metro (Metro), we’re serving all corners of the city with more trips. More access to higher frequency service means you get… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle is 150 years strong!

While we celebrate 150 years of the City of Seattle being incorporated by the Legislative Assembly of Washington Territory, We honor that this is Duwamish Land. The Sesquicentennial celebration kicked off October 17 with Mayor Durkan launching a commemorative book, Seattle at 150: Stories of the City… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving in Seattle: Oct 21 – Oct 27

Hey Seattle! We have shows, and Sounders and showers, and sun!  Check out what’s happening in the city this week. W E D. O C T 23   Seattle Sounders vs. Real Salt Lake: CenturyLink Field.  Kickoff: 7 PM.  Estimated attendance: 35k.   Seattle Opera presents Cinderella: McCaw… [ Keep reading ]