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45th Viaduct Nearly Done!

The NE 45th Viaduct, which closed on June 14th to replace the west approach of the bridge structure, is on target to make the September 10 completion deadline, with great progress to note.  The Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) wall structure was completed on August 9th; the new cement concrete roadway surface that… [ Keep reading ]

Weekend & Night Work on Airport Way

Airport Way Phase II just started August 9th and crews are already set to finish the concrete pour from Royal Brougham to S Plummer.  This weekend the southbound lanes get poured (last weekend crews poured the northbound lanes).  On Saturday, August 21st at 7:00 a.m. the work begins and crews will work around-the-clock (FYI, nosiest… [ Keep reading ]

Seafair Road Closures and Parking Restrictions

Heading to Seafair’s weekend events near Lake Washington?  Going to see the annual hydroplane races and the Blue Angels?  Then make sure to check out this handy Seafair closures and parking restrictions map that shows roads impacted by the events.  This will help you avoid problem areas and enjoy the day to the fullest.

The North Downtown Paving Pinnacle

When the Virginia Street paving project wraps up it will mark the completion of paving in the north end of Downtown that has been ongoing on 2nd, 4th, 5th, Stewart, Olive, Pike and 3rd for the better part of three years! After seven months, the last segment of the Virginia… [ Keep reading ]

10th Ave E one of five Spot Rehab Projects

  Next Monday three of five SDOT Arterial Spot Rehabilitation projects kick  off, adding to an already full paving docket.  The very  bumpy and cracked 10th Avenue E, from E Boston Street to E Miller Street, is one of the projects starting July 26th.  It will get fully reconstructed, including sidewalk and driveway… [ Keep reading ]

Eastbound Lanes of Lower Spokane Street to Open July 16

On July 16th, two eastbound lanes of lower Spokane Street will re-open between East Marginal Way S and Fourth Avenue S, with one lane continuing to Sixth Avenue.  The change means drivers on lower Spokane, who were restricted to East Marginal Way S for south-bound travel, will be able to… [ Keep reading ]

1st Ave S On-ramp Going Away!

REMINDER – REMINDER – REMINDER Monday, May 17th, crews close the 1st Ave S on-ramp to the West Seattle Bridge – not out of spite, rather to make room for the new!!  The existing ramp has to come down as crews widen this section of upper roadway, referred to as… [ Keep reading ]

Why are all those people just standing around looking in the hole?

Why are all those people just standing around?  Why aren’t they working?  Reasonable  questions.  Actually, all those people are working and each and every one of them is there for a reason. They represent all the concerns involved in determining the work to be done in “the hole.”  More than… [ Keep reading ]

SDOT Annual Report…Hot off the e-Press

SDOT has just published its 2009 Annual Report detailing the work the department’s been involved in over the past year. Each year the report highlights the programs and services SDOT offers and checks in on the progress of our initiatives. It’s a great resource to learn more about the vast… [ Keep reading ]

Final Parking Plan Released for Capitol Hill

SDOT has just released its final parking plan for Capitol Hill.  We had a tremendous response to the draft parking plan.  The final plan takes into account the comments we have received. SDOT’s Community Parking Program has been working in Capitol Hill for a full year.  In January 2009, SDOT… [ Keep reading ]