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Plan ahead for Fairview Ave N. Bridge detour prep work on Aloha St, July-September

Starting the week of July 22, 2019, the Fairview Ave N Bridge Replacement Project will begin detour preparation work along Aloha Street, as they get ready for Fairview Ave N Bridge closure and replacement this fall. Here’s what you can expect: The work is needed to support safety… [ Keep reading ]

Prepare for Travel Impacts on 5th Ave from July-August for Rainier Square

Crews will be blocking the west lane on 5th Ave between Union St and University St from 9 AM to 3 PM, Monday-Friday to remove the guardrail beginning on Monday, July 22. While this will impact travel for up to a few weeks, putting this structure in place… [ Keep reading ]

Take Pride in Your Ride

Are you ready for Pride Weekend?  Our staff will be marching in the parade and handing out pins, so come grab your transit pride pin (check ’em out below!) and celebrate #RideTransitMonth and Seattle Pride!  With Seattle Transportation Benefit District funds, we’ve added over 6,800 weekly… [ Keep reading ]

Prepare for Travel Impacts Downtown on 1st Ave S and 3rd Ave

The #SeattleSqueeze continues this week, as demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct and construction of new ORCA transit card readers impact travel to and through downtown. Read on and plan ahead for your next trip downtown! July 1 – August 4: NB Bus Stop Closure at 3rd Ave… [ Keep reading ]

Learn About Permit Programs for Park and Rides!

Many park and ride lots across the region fill up well before 7 a.m. on a typical weekday, so it can be hard to find parking at the station. To provide access for riders who can’t make it to the station so early, Sound Transit, King County Metro, and… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving in Seattle this week: June 24 – 30

We have a packed weekend ahead filled with culture and Pride! Here’s what’s happening around the city. Stay tuned for a detailed Pride post with travel and parade route details. W E D. J U N 26 Enchanting China: Enchanting China showcases the diversity of Peking Opera,… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Alert: Changes to 1st Ave N for Seattle Center Arena Construction

Sidewalk and curb lane changes are being installed on 1st Ave N and a few intersecting streets as part of the Seattle Center Arena Renovation project. These changes allow access for truck hauling and construction staging, maintaining transit service, and separating people riding bikes from large trucks. Changes… [ Keep reading ]

Seawolves Championship Rally

F R I.  J U N 21 Congratulations to the Seattle Seawolves! Mayor Jenny A. Durkan will host the Seattle Seawolves to celebrate their historic back-to-back 2019 Major League Rugby Championship victory and help raise the Seawolves flag. Event: Seawolves rally: 10:15 AM on the Seattle City Plaza…. [ Keep reading ]

Thank a Transit Driver & Attend a Transit Talk This Week!

This week for Ride Transit Month, it’s Transit Operator Appreciation Week! Our bus, train, ferry, and streetcar operators get us safely where we need to go every day, through snowstorms and road closures. This week, we want to say thanks to all the transit operators who keep our communities moving…. [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving in Seattle this week: June 17 – 23

We’re ramping up for summer with activities galore! Whether it be a baseball game, concert, or street festival, we’re here to help you navigate the areas that may be affected by event traffic. Here’s what’s happening in Seattle this week. M O N . J U N 1… [ Keep reading ]