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What’s Moving Seattle This Week? July 22 – 28

Phew! It’s been a warm couple of days. We hope you are staying cool out there and enjoying the many summer festivities. The following events may cause increased traffic, so please plan accordingly. T U E. JUL 23 Seattle Mariners vs. Texas Rangers: T-Mobile Park.  First… [ Keep reading ]

From NW 54th St to NW Locks Pl: Why the name change?

In the City of Seattle, streets are named by ordinance and rarely are street names changed. At the request of emergency services, we are proposing to City Council an ordinance to change the name of NW 54th St to “NW Locks Pl” between NW Market St and the entrance to… [ Keep reading ]

Plan ahead for Fairview Ave N. Bridge detour prep work on Aloha St, July-September

Starting the week of July 22, 2019, the Fairview Ave N Bridge Replacement Project will begin detour preparation work along Aloha Street, as they get ready for Fairview Ave N Bridge closure and replacement this fall. Here’s what you can expect: The work is needed to support safety… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Transit Advisory Board seeks new members – APPLY TODAY!

 You could be the next awesome thing that’s happened for Seattle’s transportation! The Transit Advisory Board (TAB) is accepting applications for new members to help advise Seattle on the challenges & opportunities related to transit & public transportation. This volunteer board plays an important role in ensuring… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving in Seattle this week: July 2 – July 7

Baseball, block parties, and 4th of July. Oh my! Here’s what’s happening in the city this week. T U E. J U L 2 Seattle Mariners vs. St. Louis Cardinals: T-Mobile Park.  First pitch: 7:10 PM.  Estimated attendance is 20k. W E D. J U… [ Keep reading ]

Landscape crew on 15th Ave W

We are so lucky to have an abundance of greenery in our city. That means we also have to maintain vegetation for safety purposes. Here’s where Urban Forestry will be this weekend. SAT. JUN 29 Urban Forestry landscape crew will perform a large scale cutback of the overgrowth in the… [ Keep reading ]

Take Pride in Your Ride

Are you ready for Pride Weekend?  Our staff will be marching in the parade and handing out pins, so come grab your transit pride pin (check ’em out below!) and celebrate #RideTransitMonth and Seattle Pride!  With Seattle Transportation Benefit District funds, we’ve added over 6,800 weekly… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving in Seattle this week: June 24 – 30

We have a packed weekend ahead filled with culture and Pride! Here’s what’s happening around the city. Stay tuned for a detailed Pride post with travel and parade route details. W E D. J U N 26 Enchanting China: Enchanting China showcases the diversity of Peking Opera,… [ Keep reading ]

Seawolves Championship Rally

F R I.  J U N 21 Congratulations to the Seattle Seawolves! Mayor Jenny A. Durkan will host the Seattle Seawolves to celebrate their historic back-to-back 2019 Major League Rugby Championship victory and help raise the Seawolves flag. Event: Seawolves rally: 10:15 AM on the Seattle City Plaza…. [ Keep reading ]

Weekend Events + Transit Options

Transit options + a fun, sun-filled weekend = happy Seattlites. We know traveling to event locations can prove tedious and frustrating. We have a few transit guide options to help navigate your journey. Because getting to where you need to go should be as easy as possible. … [ Keep reading ]