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Learn about your tax dollars hard at work in the latest Levy to Move Seattle Quarter 3 Report.

Summary In July, August, and September (Quarter 3 or Q3) of this year – despite the many ongoing challenges facing our community – crews have continued to deliver on projects funded by the Levy to Move Seattle throughout the city that enhance safety, mobility, and livability for everyone. Today, we’re highlighting some… [ Keep reading ]

LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK | We’re starting work on our 12th Ave S Vision Zero Project this week to make walking, rolling, and biking easier and safer.

Summary: The neighborhood around 12th Ave S is growing rapidly, and we want to make sure people traveling in and around it are safe. This Vision Zero project – funded by your tax dollars through the Levy to Move Seattle – aims to reduce vehicular speed on 12th Ave S… [ Keep reading ]

OPPORTUNITY | We’re seeking new members for the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board! Read on for details and how to apply.

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The Levy to Move Seattle is making a real, tangible difference in neighborhoods. Thanks to your tax dollars, it’s now easier, safer, and smoother to travel along SW Avalon Way.

We’ve heard from our neighbors that the new bike lanes on SW Avalon Way have been getting use, especially on warm, sunny days. One of our neighbors recently shared this video of his young son who now feels safe and comfortable riding his bicycle along SW Avalon Way. Summary We’ve completed work along… [ Keep reading ]

Attention Seattle nonprofits, schools, and community organizations: We’re offering COVID-19 grants of up to $1,000 through Safe Routes to School program.

Summary Through our Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, we’re offering emergency COVID-19 grants of up to $1,000 to nonprofits, Seattle schools, and school-oriented community organizations. These grants can be used to fund a variety of projects. Individuals, PTAs, nonprofit organizations, school-oriented community organizations, and school staff can apply for the SRTS COVID-19 grant as… [ Keep reading ]

Washington State’s new bicycle “Safety Stop” law allows people biking to treat stops signs as yield signs with some exceptions.

Summary On October 1, Washington State’s new bicycle “Safety Stop” law allows people biking to treat stop signs as yield signs, with a couple of important exceptions. People biking must still fully stop at stoplights, stop signs on school buses, and stop signs at railroad crossings. This also doesn’t change the rules of the road for… [ Keep reading ]

SDOT invites three scooter share companies to seek permits after a thorough selection process!

Following a careful review process, we’ve invited three potential scooter companies (Lime, Wheels, and LINK) to seek permits. This is one of the final steps towards launching the new Scooter Share Program authorized by Seattle City Council earlier this week, and is the culmination of months of planning and coordination to create a safe, equitable, and accessible scooter share program based on ongoing conversations with the community, stakeholders, and public safety experts. We expect that people… [ Keep reading ]

Join us for a ride on the refreshed bike lane along East Marginal Way S!

Riding southbound along East Marginal Way S – see the refreshed bike lane on the right! We made efficient, essential improvements to make people biking safer and more predictable to drivers in both directions along East Marginal Way S between Spokane St and S Atlantic St. As we make progress on our long-term projects – such as… [ Keep reading ]

Three miles of Lake Washington Blvd will stay open to people walking, rolling, and biking until the week of Oct. 5!

Keep Moving Street along Lake Washington Blvd. Photo Credit: Jeanne Clark.

We have a plan to keep people moving to/from the new Climate Pledge Arena + an exciting update about the Seattle Center to Waterfront Walking and Biking Connection Project!

By 2035, it’s anticipated that 15,000 new households and 20,000 new employees will be added to the North Downtown Seattle area, and we have a plan to keep people moving as the area grows and changes.      If and when large-scale events are safe for the public to attend, the Climate Pledge Arena (formerly known as Key Arena) at Seattle… [ Keep reading ]