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What’s Moving Seattle This Week?

‘What’s Moving’ is Moving! Our What’s Moving Seattle blog is moving, to Mondays (!) followed by Thursday Updates for the weekend. Let’s get started with… This week in Seattle | June 25 → July 1 MON 6.25 → TUES 6.26 UPDATE The W Seattle Lower Bridge (a.k.a. Spokane St Bridge) is OPEN! REALLY… [ Keep reading ]

What’s moving Seattle this week?

Did you know?? We’re jumping right in to highlight what’s hot and moving Seattle this week but just the tip-top crunchy crust (best parts) because did you know that our Project Coordination and Construction Office is tracking 901 projects and construction events happening – RIGHT – NOW? #TrueStory! ??? 137 of… [ Keep reading ]

The Steel-toed Warriors and their concrete dedication.

Evidence of concrete dedication. ?? WE LOVE OUR MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS CONCRETE TEAM! They are on the front lines every day, making our city better for everyone. Our four 11-person crews maintain our citywide infrastructure and their accessibility work is evident across Seattle. In the last couple of weeks, three of our… [ Keep reading ]

What’s Moving Seattle This Week?

You might want to paint the town red, as they say, with so much inspiring activity going on. From way-high bridge painting to four back-to-back Mariners vs. Red Sox games, we’ve got you covered (not in paint, that would be sticky). But stick with us to learn about… The… [ Keep reading ]

What’s moving Seattle this week?

There’s LOTS happening in Seattle this week! So we’ll jump right in. Seattle keeps rock ‘n rolling… …retro style! WED 6.6 – THU 6.7 On the heels of a June 5 Steely Dan & The Doobie Brothers concert at KeyArena, comes Sweet Baby James –aka James Taylor and His All-Star Band- tonight at KeyArena… [ Keep reading ]

A Near-Term Action Plan for city & regional commuters.

The One Center City Near-Term Action Plan identifies key projects and programs that will help keep people and the economy moving even as major construction projects and growth-related congestion reduce street capacity over the next 3-5 years. Without action, these pressures will slow all vehicles moving to and through the Center City,… [ Keep reading ]

Bike Everywhere Day is Friday!

Time to celebrate! TGI eeeeeeefF! Almost. The end of the week is near, people! And with it comes Bike Everywhere Day. Tomorrow, keep your eyes peeled for more people biking and for a crop of celebration stations that businesses, non-profits, residents, and volunteers across the city are setting up. Activities, swag, and hours… [ Keep reading ]

Save your seat at the next U District, Let’s Go Transit Talk | May 24

Great things are coming to the University District (U. District) and U District, Let’s Go is on the ground and getting ready. About the program. U District, Let’s Go is a year-long pilot program that kicked off in January 2018 funded by Seattle Department of Transportation and WSDOT and delivered… [ Keep reading ]

BIKE SHARE | Survey’s Juicy Details!

Worldwide, bike share systems have given people an easy and convenient way to hop on a bike. In growing cities like Seattle, this helps add transportation options for people to beat congestion in a space-efficient and carbon-free way. Also, it gives added motivation to get outside and exercise! Seattle was… [ Keep reading ]

TAKE A HIKE | NEW Transit to Trail Bus Service to Mount Si!

Bad case of FOMO. We saw our shadow this morning and you know what that means? That big, bright and shiny glorious ball of flame in the sky☀ is happy and shining! Like most Pacific Northwesterners, when the sun is out, we get a bad case of #FOMO (fear of missing… [ Keep reading ]