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Mike Estey: Our Parking and Mobility Pro!

Mike Estey, our Parking Programs Manager, was recognized last Wednesday for his many accomplishments at the International Parking and Mobility Institute’s (IMPI)’s 2019 IPMI Conference & Expo in Anaheim, CA. Mike was named James M. Hunnicut Parking Professional of the Year, which is a huge honor! Mike has been working… [ Keep reading ]

Take Transit to Trails This Weekend!

In case you missed it, Trailhead Direct is back and going strong in 2019! Trailhead Direct is a seasonal transit service to popular hiking destinations in King County. During #RideTransit Month, this is an awesome opportunity to take transit not just to work or school, but to enjoy… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Alert: 4th Ave S Road Repair

Crews will perform an interim repair at 4th Ave S near S Industrial Way on Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15. The interim repair will entail removing the steel plates placed during the emergency repair and constructing a full-depth asphalt patch in the damaged pavement area. The interim… [ Keep reading ]

June 14: Lane Reductions on Alaskan Way Between S King St and S Dearborn St

The Seattle Squeeze continues – beginning on Friday, June 14, crews will reduce Alaskan Way to one lane in each direction between S King St and S Dearborn St to prepare for viaduct demolition at the south end. Here’s what you can expect: SCHEDULE Beginning early… [ Keep reading ]

June 14 – 17: Repairing the Roadway Panels at Mercer St and Fairview Ave N

Crews will be repairing the roadway panels on westbound Mercer St at Fairview Ave N this Friday, June 14 – Monday, June 17. Prepare for impacts to travel throughout the weekend. Here’s what you can expect: SCHEDULE Work will begin on Friday, June 14 at 9 PM…. [ Keep reading ]

Your transit commute just got easier. Plan ahead using trip planning apps, One Bus Away, and TransitGO for a smooth ride.

Making a plan is always a good idea, especially if you’re taking transit for #RideTransit Month! We have the tools you need to help you plan your trip via transit. One Bus Away, Trip Planning, TransitGO are all helpful tools when planning ahead for your transit trip – read… [ Keep reading ]

June 14 – 17: Lane Reductions on Aurora Bridge

This weekend marks another weekend of lane reductions for pavement preservation work on the SR 99 Aurora Bridge over the summer. From Friday night until Monday morning, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will scrape off old asphalt on the roadway, make any needed… [ Keep reading ]

Join Us for Transit Trivia Night on Wednesday, June 12!

In celebration of Ride Transit Month, Transportation Choices Coalition is hosting Transit Trivia on June 12 from 5:30 – 8:30 PM at Gamma Ray Lounge. Transit Trivia is a wonderful opportunity to get together with your friends and coworkers to compete against other transit aficionados for prizes and bragging… [ Keep reading ]

Ride Transit to Transit During #RideTransit Month and Beyond!

#SeattleDidYouKnow: In West Seattle and SE Seattle, you have the option to take transit to transit! If you’re taking transit to live, work, or play in West Seattle and southeast Seattle, you can now plan your commute with on-demand transit options tailored to your needs. On-demand shuttle… [ Keep reading ]

? It’s Rider Celebration Week for #RideTransit Month! ?

We’re celebrating those who keep our transit system moving: YOU! This week, for #RideTransit Month, we’re celebrating YOU, the riders who keep our transit system moving. This week, transit agencies across the state will be surprising riders with pop-up appreciation stations and you may just be lucky enough to… [ Keep reading ]