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Garrett Morgan. Inventor. Father. Social Activist.

We celebrate and honor the legacy of Garrett Morgan as part of our four-part series for Black History Month. Do you appreciate having a yellow light to warn you that the traffic signal will soon be red? Yep, think about all the collisions that would happen if the light went… [ Keep reading ]

Norm Rice. Seattle Mayor. Husband. Husky Alumnus.

African American legacies, contributions, and histories have long been excluded from the stories we share in formal and informal education systems. Black History Month seeks to change that by paying tribute and shedding light to generations who faced, and are still facing, impacts of systemic racism. This month, we honor… [ Keep reading ]

Dear Seattle, XOXO. ❤️

Do you hear that sound? It’s hallmark knockin’ on your door with another holiday, folks. The day is complicated and mushy, but we’d like to look at it is an opportunity to LOVE our friends, families, and communities a little louder. Whether you’re already dreaming of jumping into PJs with… [ Keep reading ]

Let’s Celebrate! Northgate Bike & Pedestrian Bridge Groundbreaking

Today, Seattle Mayor Durkan and Councilmember Debora Juarez hosted a groundbreaking celebration to mark the start of construction on the Northgate Pedestrian and Bike Bridge over Interstate 5. They were joined by other civic leaders, transportation agency partners, and community organizations who have supported this project. The bridge… [ Keep reading ]

See What’s Moving in Seattle: Dec 18- Dec 22

Enjoy the Ballet? Been looking forward to holiday night markets? Check out this week’s events  and #FlipYourTrip on the way! W E D. D E C 18 Pacific Northwest Ballet Presents George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker: At McCaw Hall.  Performance at 7:30PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000. T… [ Keep reading ]

See What’s Moving in Seattle: Dec 9 – Dec 13

Hey, Seattle. Grab a friend and head to one of these ~ holly jolly ~ events and #FlipYourTrip on the way! T H U R. D E C 10   Deck the Hall Ball 2019: WaMu Theater.  Show times: 5 – 11 PM.  Doors at 4… [ Keep reading ]

Bike share sees record high ridership and improved bike parking

Seattle’s bike share program continues to provide communities around the city with a healthy and environmentally friendly way to get around. Our most recent bike share report shows that people took over 750,000 rides in July through September, bringing the total number of trips to over 1.6 million… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving: Nov 25 – Dec 1

Tis’ the season, Seattle! Plan ahead and #FlipYourTrip. W E D. N O V 27   ILLENIUM: The Ascend Tour: WaMu Theater.  Show hours: 8 – 11 PM.  Doors open at 7 PM.  Estimated attendance: 7k.   T H U R. N O V 28  … [ Keep reading ]

See What’s Moving: Nov 18 – Nov 24

Sal the Salmon would be happy to hear about the Marine Expo coming up. ?  See what’s moving this week and if you can, #FlipYourTrip to one of these events! T H U R S. N O V 21 Pacific Marine Expo: At CenturyLink Field Event… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory: Partial Closure at 50th and Meridian Ave N, Nov 15-17

We will be partially closing the intersection at 50th and Meridian Ave N to repair and repave the intersection. This closure is part of the Green Lake and Wallingford Paving & Multi-Modal Improvements project. As part of this project, we are repaving and updating the design and major… [ Keep reading ]