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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 ]

First Hill Parking Proposals

Since January 2009, SDOT’s Community Parking Program has been engaging the First Hill neighborhood to study parking and develop ways to make it better. We’ve been going to neighborhood meetings, have hosted a walking tour and open house, and have hit the streets going door to door to chat with… [ Keep reading ]

Don’t ZONE Out, Tune In

If you live in one of Seattle’s restricted parking zones (RPZs), read on for more information on RPZ program improvements.  Changes are occurring this year that will make it easier for you to find out if your address is included in an RPZ and to apply for permits online.  Also,… [ Keep reading ]

Final Parking Plan for West Seattle Junction

The Community Parking Program (CPP) has studied parking in the West Seattle Junction (WSJ) this year and a final parking plan has been developed and mailed to community members. After studying how parking was being used and how well drivers complied with posted signage, the need for more short-term on-street… [ Keep reading ]

Are You a Fan Yet?

Everyone’s on Facebook these days…and so are we. SDOT’s Community Parking Program (CPP) shares updates on the neighborhoods where parking is currently being studied. You can find information on upcoming meetings, updates on parking studies, links to maps for recommendations, and links to interesting parking-related stories among other things. This year… [ Keep reading ]

We’re Looking to Hear from You

Every year, SDOT’s Community Parking Program studies parking in Seattle neighborhoods to see how parking is working. This year, one of the neighborhoods we are working with is the West Seattle Junction. Over the year, we have employed a few outreach methods to keep the community involved, including the classic… [ Keep reading ]

Capitol Hill Draft Parking Plan

                  You’ll be interested to know that SDOT has released a DRAFT parking plan for the Capitol Hill study area, bounded by E Roy St on the north, 12th Ave E on the east, E Pine St on the south, and Melrose… [ Keep reading ]