Posts categorized under Molly Wright, Author at SDOT Blog - Page 6 of 7

Let’s Go, South Lake Union! Check out our new website to see all of your transportation options in SLU.

Did you know more than 50,000 people live and work in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood? With thousands of people traveling to and through the neighborhood, highlights all the ways you can get to and through the neighborhood using transit, walking, biking, and new mobility options. It’s also a… [ Keep reading ]

It’s Game Day – Avoid the Delays!

Traveling to, from, or around the stadiums? Don’t get stuck in traffic! Whether you’re #TruetotheBlue or a proud member of the #12s and you’re headed to the game, or if you’re just trying to get through town, we’ve got the information that you need to know. During concerts,… [ Keep reading ]

FREE adaptive cycle rentals through a new partnership with Outdoors for All.

May is #BikeEverywhereMonth and we’re working to ensure everyone has access to get out and enjoy the great joys of biking. Did you know one of the nation’s largest fleets of adaptive cycles is housed here in Seattle? Outdoors for All Foundation, a local non-profit, provides adaptive recreation opportunities… [ Keep reading ]

Updated! May 6: Base paving at the intersection of SW Avalon Way and SW Genesee St

SW Avalon Way and 35th Ave SW connect West Seattle to many local retail establishments and services. They’re also a major transit and transport route with service connecting West Seattle to the rest of the city. We’re beginning construction for the replacement of the water main below 35th Ave… [ Keep reading ]

Bike Share Parking 101

Alright Seattle, we know you already know the obvious places where you’re not supposed to park a bike share bike.  GeekWire put together a comprehensive list of incorrectly parked bikes across Seattle in 2017. Presented without comment. But, there are certain spots you may not realize are… [ Keep reading ]

Saturday, May 4: Asphalt island improvements at NE 80th St & Banner Way NE

We are reconstructing the asphalt island at the intersection of NE 80 ST & Banner Way NE to improve access. As part of this work, we are relocating signals, rebuilding pavement, repositioning jersey barriers, and redoing the pavement markings. Here’s what you can expect: SCHEDULE On Saturday,… [ Keep reading ]

Saturday, May 4, 7 AM – 3:30 PM: Maintenance work on Mercer St

Our crews will be performing landscape and road maintenance on Mercer Street this Saturday. Here’s what to expect: Saturday, 7 AM – 3:30 PM: Inside eastbound lane adjacent to the median will be closed between 9th Ave N and Terry Ave N Westbound lanes will not be impacted If you have… [ Keep reading ]

Get a FREE Good To Go! pass for the SR 99 Tunnel!

Get ready: WSDOT will begin tolling drivers in the SR 99 tunnel late this summer. The #SeattleSqueeze continues, as the tolling of the new SR 99 tunnel will again change traffic patterns to and through downtown. We’ll all need to plan ahead and prepare for impacts to our commutes,… [ Keep reading ]

Join Commute Seattle’s 2019 Bikes and Bakeries Challenge!

Bike. Eat treats. Win. It’s that easy! May is #BikeMonth, and we’ve got just the sweet treat for you to get riding! Join Commute Seattle’s Bikes and Bakeries Challenge, where you can win amazing bike-related prizes just for riding your bike and supporting bakeries across the city! Participating is as… [ Keep reading ]

Wednesday, May 1: Prepare for May Day Travel Impacts

The 20th Annual May Day March for Worker and Immigrant Rights is expected to impact traffic through the city on May 1. Please plan ahead for delays due to crowds along demonstration routes and potential traffic disruptions. Here’s what you can expect: SCHEDULE The event will begin at Judkins… [ Keep reading ]