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Ballard Multimodal Corridor Project non-trail Market Phase improvements wrap up

In spring 2019, crews began sidewalk and roadway improvements, new paving, and signal, crossing, and transit improvements as part of the non-trail related Market Phase (NW Market St between the Ballard Locks and 24th Ave NW) of the Ballard Multimodal Corridor project. Improvements completed during this phase of the project… [ 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 ]

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 thisvideo of his young sonwho now feels safe and comfortable riding his bicycle along SW Avalon Way. Summary We’ve completed work along… [ Keep reading ]

More Levy to Move Seattle dollars at work for you! Our concrete crews completed two repaving projects near the busy Alaska Junction.

Summary We completed two concrete panel replacement projects in the heart ofAlaska Junction:at SW Alaska St & California Ave SW and on 44th Ave SW & SW Edmunds St. Repairs were funded by ourArterial Major Maintenance (AMM) Program, one of the our crew paving programs, which receives funding from the… [ Keep reading ]

The Lander St Bridge project – two decades in the making – has finally come to life! The bridge opens at 6 AM on Oct. 7.

Summary After years of planning, collaboration, and partnership, the Lander St Bridge is a reality – which means, among much more, you can say goodbye to over 4.5 hours per day of idling vehicles along S Lander St. The bridge will open at 6 AM on Oct. 7. The completion… [ Keep reading ]

Crossing the street in Lake City will soon be much safer at several intersections, starting with NE 125th St and 28th Ave NE

Summary Safety is our number one priority, andinLake City– the home of Lake City Way, one of the busiest arterial routes in Northeast Seattle –we’re makingimportant safety improvements. NE 125thSt and 28thAve NE saw tragic loss of life last year, andwe’rebuildingimprovements at this and a nearby intersection earlier than planned… [ Keep reading ]

Levy dollars at work this spring and summer advance key capital projects across Seattle

At the start of 2020, our project teams, crews, and contractors made meaningful progress on Levy to Move Seattle funded sidewalk, road, safety, and transit projects across the city. However, starting in early March, like everyone in the city and beyond, we were confronted by the impacts of COVID-19.  Despite the… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Alert: Paving began on N 50th Street & N 40th Street in Green Lake & Wallingford

6/4/2020 Update: We are planning to pave N 40th St on June 8 and 9. Green Lake & Wallingford neighbors, are you curious about what’s happening on N 50th Street and N 40th Street? Last summer, as a part of the Green Lake and Wallingford Paving & Multimodal Improvements project,… [ Keep reading ]

Q1 update on the Levy to Move Seattle

On the heels of a very successful 2019, we had great momentum heading into 2020. In the first three months of the year, our project teams, crews, and contractors made meaningful progress on sidewalk, road, and transit projects funded by the voter approved Levy to Move Seattle. However, starting in… [ Keep reading ]

Meeting (and exceeding) 2019 Levy to Move Seattle deliverables

2019 was the biggest year to date for Levy to Move Seattle projects. We invested $222M in projects that made walking and biking routes safer, improved our sidewalks and busiest arterials, and created better access to transit. We’re happy to report that we met or exceeded almost every levy delivery… [ Keep reading ]