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A Roadside Chat with Cheyenne Montgomery | Black History Month 2024

Blog stats: 1,000 words | 5-minute read We’re hosting a series of Roadside Chats with employees on our team at the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) as we celebrate Black History Month 2024. We hope you enjoy this conversation with Cheyenne Montgomery, who is an Administrative Business Partner in SDOT’s… [ Keep reading ]

Waterfront Seattle | Four-block section of Pine St permanently changing to one-way (westbound), between Melrose and 8th avenues, as early as March 9. 

As early as Saturday, March 9, Waterfront Seattle will permanently remove eastbound vehicle access on Pine St, between Melrose and 8th avenues to make Pine St a one-way, westbound street. This is the next step in transitioning Pike and Pine streets to one-way roads from 1st to Bellevue/Melrose avenues. The… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Transportation Plan | Mayor Bruce Harrell’s Recommended Seattle Transportation Plan goes to City Council for adoption 

Click here to go to the English version of this blog post. Summary After two years of public engagement, we have developed a recommended Seattle Transportation Plan and shared it with City Council today. The Seattle Transportation Plan is one important piece of our city’s long-term vision for the… [ Keep reading ]

Youth Transportation Summit participants deliver 5 key recommendations to City of Seattle leadership

Blog stats: 650 words | 3-minute read At-a-glance: Climate justice and transportation access are highly important issues to this generation of youth and young adults. Young people are eager and excited for more spaces to have conversations about these topics, particularly around influencing government decision-making. All of the recommendations detailed… [ Keep reading ]

A Roadside Chat with Darius Foster | Black History Month 2024

Blog stats: 600 words | 3-minute read We’re hosting a series of Roadside Chats with employees on our team at the Seattle Department of Transportation as we celebrate Black History Month 2024. We hope you enjoy this conversation with Darius Foster, who is the manager of SDOT’s Unified Care Team… [ Keep reading ]

New street parking changes proposed near Judkins Park – take our survey & learn more

Blog stats: 850 words | 4-minute read At-a-glance: Managing on-street parking where there is limited curb space is an ongoing effort all across the city, and a key reason we have a Restricted Parking Zone (RPZ) permit program. As we prepare for the new Judkins Park light rail station to… [ Keep reading ]

South Seattle safety & bike projects moving forward with completed designs! | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK 

Construction crews paving new southbound bike ramp at I-90 Trail. Photo SDOT. Blog stats: 1,200 words | 6-minute read Editor’s note: We published a previous blog post on these projects on Dec. 1, 2023. This post provides the latest project details and several progress updates since that post. At-a-glance: Design… [ Keep reading ]

RapidRide G Line – Madison St construction is 80% complete. Here’s the latest progress as we enter the final stretch. | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK

Blog stats: 1,600 words | 8-minute read Details at-a-glance: Now that we’ve reached the 80% complete mark, we wanted to share a progress update with you. This includes construction photos so you can see what’s already done, and understand what work remains before the project wraps up in 2024. You… [ Keep reading ]

Transit changes coming this fall, with new Madison RapidRide G Line opening – here’s what to know | Seattle Transit Measure

Blog stats: 1,200 words | 6-minute read At-a-glance: 2024 will be a significant year in transit, as we work closely with our partners at King County Metro, including planned service changes to bus routes in Seattle with the launch of the Madison RapidRide G Line. This represents a major service… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle’s first Freight-and-Bus Only Lane (FAB lane) pilot is part of the Route 40 project | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK

Blog stats: 700 words | 4-minute read At-a-glance: As part of the Route 40 Transit-Plus Multimodal Corridor (TPMC) project, we’re launching the first “Freight-and-Bus Only Lanes” (FAB lanes) in Seattle as a one-year pilot program. The new FAB lane will help keep people and goods moving through Westlake and connect… [ Keep reading ]