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Upcoming Intersection Closures at SW Avalon Way and 35th Ave SW

What’s happening on SW Avalon Way and 35th Ave SW? SW Avalon Way and 35th Ave SW in West Seattle are seeing major improvements! This past April, as a part of the SW Seattle Paving: 35th/Avalon Project, construction began to make safety and transit improvements for people walking, bicycling, driving… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle needs more crossing guards. Sign up today!

Crossing guards serve as community ambassadors. They’re friendly faces kids see every day crossing to and from school. Crossing guards help kids cross busy streets near their schools at 122 locations at the start & end of the school day. With Seattle’s heavy traffic plus approximately 27,000… [ Keep reading ]

Don’t Blend In

Commuters watch out for our neon friends! Seattle’s highest collision corridor occurs on Rainier Avenue South. On average, Rainier Avenue South sees one crash per day that takes 45 minutes to clear. Why Rainier Valley? Rainier Valley is home to some of Seattle’s most culture-rich and diverse residents… [ Keep reading ]

What’s moving Seattle this week? Aug 7- Aug 11

There is so much happening this weekend. Street festivals keep coming, baseball is going strong and… it’s Seahawk pre-season already! Calling out to all the 12’s,  plan accordingly, be safe and get your blue and green ready! W E D. A U G 7   Seattle Mariners vs. San… [ Keep reading ]

Fearless Tyler! Making the Most of Outdoors for All’s Free Adaptive Cycles.

Earlier this year, our Bike Share Program partnered with Outdoors for All,  one of the nation’s largest fleets of adaptive cycles, to provide people with disabilities FREE adaptive cycle rentals in Magnuson Park! The partnership ensures more people have access to the amazing cycles Outdoors for All has to… [ Keep reading ]

Move Seattle Levy update: SDOT invests $85M to keep people and goods moving

We released the Q2 2019 progress report for the Levy to Move Seattle. Over the first six months of this year, we invested $85.7M in transportation safety and maintenance projects around Seattle ($28.8M in Q1 and $56.9M in Q2). This investment is a 45 percent increase over the same… [ Keep reading ]

New artwork “Alone Together” delights downtown pedestrians

Join us for a public celebration at Harbor Steps (1221 1st Ave, Seattle) –  Friday, August 2 from 2 – 3 PM. Artwork stickers will be available for the first 250 people. New artwork, Alone Together, by Juliana Kang Robinson, will be interwoven into the infrastructure of the all-walk intersection… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Streetcar Reports 18-percent Ridership Increase!

The Seattle Streetcar Program remains committed to continued safety and reliability plus additional data collection. Providing easy access to Metro transit routes, Link light rail, and the Sounder is paying off for the Seattle Streetcar program and its 1.7 million annual riders. In 2018, our Seattle Streetcar program… [ Keep reading ]

Safety and mobility improvements in Green Lake & Wallingford

Where we’ve been Two years ago, we set out with a goal of creating better and safer streets and imagined what improvements for people walking, biking, driving and taking transit could look like in the Green Lake and Wallingford neighborhoods. Over 50,000 people move through the Green Lake and… [ Keep reading ]

Torchlight Parade and Run – Saturday, July 27

The Torchlight Parade and Run are on Saturday, July 27! Here are details on the event. Please plan accordingly. Floats will start staging on the eastbound lanes of Mercer St. (1st Ave. N. to 5th Ave. N.) after 8 AM.  Westbound lanes will remain open at all times.  When… [ Keep reading ]