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APRIL 19 – 20: Traffic Changes at 7th Ave N and Denny Way

Crews are expanding their work zone at the north end of the Battery St Tunnel. Get ready: changes are coming to the intersection of Denny Way and 7th Ave N (previously Aurora Ave N) as crews begin work to fill the north end of the Battery Street Tunnel. Starting April… [ Keep reading ]

Visualize your company’s commute habits using our Commute Trip Reduction Tableau Tool.

Sharing survey data in a new, modern way to let you visualize your commute. We’ve partnered with Commute Seattle, the Washington State Department of Transportation, and Tableau to launch an interactive Tableau dashboard tool to view employee commute habits for businesses across Seattle. The tool allows you to view an… [ Keep reading ]

Take Via to Transit – Your New Car-Free Commute in Southeast Seattle!

Via to Transit is a convenient shuttle service to & from light rail stations in SE Seattle & Tukwila. We’ve partnered with King County Metro & Sound Transit to bring you Via to Transit, a convenient shuttle service to and from light rail stations in southeast Seattle and… [ Keep reading ]

APR 15: Construction begins to repair & reconfigure SW Avalon Way for all users.

Construction begins to repair & reconfigure SW Avalon Way to improve safety, accessibility, & comfort for all users. 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… [ Keep reading ]

APR 12: We’re repaving the east side of 25th Ave NE for all users.

We’re in construction to repave 25th Ave NE to improve safety, accessibility, and comfort for all users. Starting at 8 PM tonight, April 12, we’ll pave the east side of 25th Ave NE between Montlake Blvd NE to NE 65th St. Here’s what you can expect. S C… [ Keep reading ]

Starting April 8: Northbound drivers detoured off 35th Ave NE between NE 75th and NE 95th Streets for several weeks.

We’re in construction to repave 35th Ave NE to improve safety, accessibility, and comfort for all users. Starting on Monday, April 8, crews will be grinding the top several inches of asphalt on 35th Ave NE between NE 75th and NE 89th streets to prepare for paving. Here’s what you… [ Keep reading ]

Save 30% on Parking from April 1 – 14 When You Try the PayByPhone App!

Cheaper parking – say what?! If you’re parking on Seattle streets between April 1-14, you can save 30% by parking with PayByPhone as a first-time user. What is PayByPhone? PayByPhone, SDOT’s mobile parking vendor, offers an easy and secure way to pay for parking in seconds with your mobile phone… [ Keep reading ]

Hey! I’m walkin’ (to work) here! Walk to Work Day is April 5.

Just in time for spring showers…it’s Walk to Work Day tomorrow, April 5! So, get your rain jackets, umbrellas (yes, they are acceptable), walking shoes, and mobility devices ready. #WalktoWorkDay As we continue through the #SeattleSqueeze, walking continues to be a great option to get to and through downtown, and… [ Keep reading ]

#MoreMetro = More trips on bus routes for you!

As of March 23, there are more trips on bus routes with high ridership demand. The buses are out of the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel, but that’s not the only change that’s happening to our downtown streets! As of March 23, there are more trips on bus routes… [ Keep reading ]

NEW Peak-Only bus lane on 5th & 6th Avenues installed!

Our crews have been working hard to install new striping and remove old markings quickly and safely in time for the next phase of the Seattle Squeeze on March 23, when all buses that use the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel will permanently move to surface streets. To… [ Keep reading ]