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New travel options: walk, bike, roll, or take transit to the new Climate Pledge Arena in Uptown!

Summary: Walk, bike, or roll to the next Climate Pledge Arena event: We’ve been busy installing several new connections to help people safely and more easily travel to the new arena, and move through the Uptown neighborhood. Ride transit to the new arena: Transit is a great option too –… [ Keep reading ]

Still curious about the John Lewis Memorial Bridge? Check out all the new biking, walking, and rolling connections the bridge has made possible!

Three new Link light rail stations on Sound Transit’s 1 Line arrived October 2 in the U-District, Roosevelt, & Northgate neighborhoods. We were prepared, having made connections across North Seattle for people walking, rolling, and biking, driving, and finding parking. A new 2-way protected bike lane connects to the new John Lewis Memorial Bridge at NE 100th St, existing bike lanes on NE 92nd St, and other community destinations in… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle to begin issuing warnings for the 72-hour parking rule on October 15, with an initial focus on abandoned, hazardous vehicles

With an increase of abandoned vehicles across Seattle, the City of Seattle will resume enforcing the 72-hour parking rule beginning October 15, 2021. While warnings and citations may be issued on any vehicle parked in one place for 72 hours, the initial focus will be on clearing unoccupied hazardous vehicles… [ Keep reading ]

A Roadside Chat with Becky Edmonds

Becky Edmonds wears two main hats at SDOT: She leads our community access and parking program and our car share program. On the parking side, Becky works with neighborhoods and business districts to manage on-street parking needs that provide reliable access to businesses and homes. If you live near one… [ Keep reading ]

SURVEY | Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace & parking changes near the new Northgate & University District Stations

Recent curbspace access and parking updates:  Paid parking rate adjustments coming June 1 to improve access to Seattle restaurants, cafes, stores, and other businesses. On-street parking & curbspace changes coming to Uptown. Uptown community informs new plan to prioritize on-street parking for neighborhood businesses and residents and encourage transit use, biking and walking to… [ Keep reading ]

Paid parking rate adjustments coming June 1 to improve access to Seattle restaurants, cafes, stores, and other businesses

Other curbspace and parking updates: On-street parking & curbspace changes coming to Uptown. Uptown community informs new plan to prioritize on-street parking for neighborhood businesses and residents and encourage transit use, biking and walking to Climate Pledge Arena events Northgate and U District surveys. Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace… [ Keep reading ]

Uptown community informs new plan to prioritize on-street parking for neighborhood businesses and residents and encourage transit use, biking and walking to Climate Pledge Arena events

Other curbspace and parking updates: Paid parking rate adjustments coming June 1 to improve access to Seattle restaurants, cafes, stores, and other businesses. Northgate and U District surveys. Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace & parking changes near the new Northgate & University District Stations The new Climate Pledge Arena is scheduled to open this… [ Keep reading ]

SURVEY | Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace & parking changes near the new Roosevelt Station

It’s happening! Sound Transit announced this month that the Roosevelt Link Light Rail Station is on schedule to open on October 2, 2021! In preparation for the new station and new travel patterns in the area, we’re proposing updates to some on-street parking near the station. Read on to see them.   We want to hear… [ Keep reading ]

Earth Month | Belltown study hopes to identify solutions for easier deliveries and cleaner air in Seattle

The way people shop is changing. More and more we have everything from groceries, to medication, to furniture delivered to our homes. As demand for this service grows, so does the number of delivery trucks in our transportation system. The question becomes, how do we keep customers happy, keep people… [ Keep reading ]

We’re adjusting paid parking rates in a handful of areas

Based on recent parking data analysis, we’re adjusting street parking rates in a few neighborhoods so that customers will have an easier time finding a parking space. These rate changes go into effect Wednesday, February 17. Setting effective and affordable parking rates improves customer access so our businesses can continue to recover. … [ Keep reading ]