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GET READY! Tolling of the SR 99 tunnel starts November 9.

Do you have a travel plan and your #GoodToGo toll pass? Tolling the SR 99 tunnel is part of the third chapter of the #SeattleSqueeze, the period through 2024 where Seattle’s downtown is in a state of transition to meet the needs of our growing city. We need everyone’s… [ Keep reading ]

Find out about travel impacts using our new tool: dotMaps

 Who’s feeling the Seattle Squeeze? ??‍♀️ There’s a tool for that! We’re excited to share dotMaps – our project coordination tool – which shows  you construction projects & events happening in your area.   What sets dotMaps apart from some of the other navigation aides you might… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory: Intersection Closure NE 35 St & NE 110 St

Hey Seattle! We’ve been busy installing new sidewalks on NE 110th St between Sand Point Way and 34th Ave NE and are now completing the final phase of the project. This upcoming work at the intersection of NE 110th and 35th NE requires some travel restrictions and closures. The work will… [ Keep reading ]

Here’s How You Can Weigh In On Our Scooter Pilot Program

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been hard at work talking to groups who represent people with disabilities, diverse and low-income populations, other government agencies, as well as bike and pedestrian advocacy groups. Now, we have two opportunities for you to weigh in. Join us on Oct. 30, between 6 –… [ Keep reading ]

See What’s Moving Seattle: Oct 7 – Oct 13

Be aware of the following events in the city that may affect area traffic. Tues.Oct 8 Logic: Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Tour: Concert at WaMu Theater.  Event Hours: 7:30PM – 10:30PM.  Doors at 6:30PM.  Estimated attendance: 7,000. Wed.Oct 9 Bastille: Dooms Days Tour… [ Keep reading ]

ORCA Comes to the Monorail: All Aboard!

The ORCA Card program is robust, allowing folks to easily tap onto King County Metro, Sound Transit, Community Transit, Everett Transit, Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit, the Seattle Streetcar, the King County Water Taxi, and Washington State Ferries. Now, Seattle Center Monorail will join the ORCA family in October! Monorail will… [ Keep reading ]

Fortson Square Open House: September 18

SDOT, Chief Seattle Club, and Alliance for Pioneer Square are hosting an open house to get input on the forthcoming re-design of Fortson Square (at the intersection of Yesler Way and 2nd Ave Ext S). At the open house, SDOT staff will share the results of the Public Life… [ Keep reading ]

What’s Moving in Seattle This Week? Sept. 10 – 15

TUES.SEPT10 Seattle Mariners vs. Cincinnati Reds: At T-Mobile Park. Event hours: 7:10PM.  Estimated attendance: 11,000. WED.SEPT11 Seattle Fire and Police Remembering 9-11: At Seattle Center Memorial Garden (305 Harrison St.). Mayor Jenny Durkan, Police Chief Carmen Best and Fire Chief Harold Scoggins will speak at the… [ Keep reading ]

September 5-6: Alaskan Way Closure and Marion St Pedestrian Bridge Demolition

Beginning at 10:30 PM this Thursday, September 5, the Marion St pedestrian bridge across Alaskan Way will close so crews in charge of demolishing the Alaskan Way Viaduct can remove the bridge’s span over Alaskan Way and haul it away. Alaskan Way will close Thursday night at 10 PM… [ Keep reading ]

Starting Sept. 7: High Friction Surface Treatments along 24th Ave E

As part of Vision Zero, our crews will be adding High Friction Surface Treatments (HFST) at 3 locations along 24th Ave E to improve skid-resistance to the pavement. During this time, you may see crews “power washing” pavement and/or removing striping to ensure that these treatments adhere correctly and… [ Keep reading ]