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What’s Moving in Seattle This Week? August 19 – 25

From the arts to sports, markets and block parties, this weekend has got it goin’ on. We advise travelers to be aware of the following events in the city that may affect area traffic. TUES. AUG20 Private Event: At T-Mobile Park.  Event hours: 5PM –… [ Keep reading ]

Next steps to create a community-driven Scooter Share Program for Seattle.

We’ve made it a priority for our bike share program to function well for everyone, & we continue to work with service providers & the traveling public to do so. We want to do the same with a potential scooter share pilot.   “We will work with stakeholders… [ Keep reading ]

Results Are In: Neighborhood Street Fund 2019-2021 Program

Fifteen projects were selected as recipients of the Neighborhood Street Fund for the 2019-2021 Program Cycle! See the full list of projects below. How were the final projects selected? For the first time, the Neighborhood Street Fund Program partnered with Seattle Department of… [ Keep reading ]

August 19-20: West Seattle Bridge Lane Closures

The Seattle Fire Department will test the fire hydrants located on the West Seattle Bridge on August 19. Due to the difficulty of accessing the hydrants during normal traffic flow, the inside lanes of the West Seattle Bridge will be closed to allow for traffic control set-up and testing…. [ Keep reading ]

August 23-24: Eastbound Spokane Street Viaduct Demolition

If you’re traveling eastbound through Spokane Street on August 23 and 24, expect lane closures and detours. Our crews will be demolishing existing road surface and installing new road surface, in an effort to preserve the structure and provide a new driving surface. Here’s what you can expect: … [ Keep reading ]

4th Avenue Transit Improvements

Our crews made improvements on 4th Avenue between Union Street and Pike Street last week. This was part of an an effort in partnership with King County Metro to reduce delays for buses. In addition, the markings give drivers more advance warning about the upcoming bus lane north of… [ Keep reading ]

Step Up To The Plate

We’re rolling out a new system for paying for parking on Seattle streets. Parking stickers are GOING, GOING, GONE. The way to pay for parking is changing, and we’re here to make that transition a smooth one. We know you’re used to the way things are today. But rest… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Alert: Maintenance Work on SW Roxbury

Crews will be replacing several concrete panels in the westbound lane of SW Roxbury between 34th Ave SW & 35th Ave SW. Here’s what you can expect: SCHEDULE Crews will be working from 8 AM – 7 PM on the following days: Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June… [ Keep reading ]

Calling All #Orcaheros!

When the ORCA Card program named itself, it opened up some wonderful opportunities for puns and references. The best take? Transportation Choices Coalition and Washington Environmental Council’s new comic meant to raise awareness about protecting our waters: Be an #orcahero this #RideTransit Month. What do orcas have to do… [ Keep reading ]

On our way to 1,500 new bike parking spaces this year!

How people get around our city has changed. While Seattle continues to grow, so do all the options for getting around – including riding a bike. With more bike lanes being built and more people using bike share, Seattle needs additional spaces for people to park their bikes. … [ Keep reading ]