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Travel Advisory: Deck scanning on the Spokane St Viaduct may cause slowdowns

We’re doing a “deck scan” of the Spokane St Viaduct to see if we need to do any work to keep it in good condition. **Updated 8/31/21** The Spokane St Viaduct is the elevated street structure between the West Seattle Bridge and I-5 over Georgetown and SoDo. It’s currently open for traffic. A deck scan is one way we understand the condition… [ Keep reading ]

Share your thoughts on the future of the Delridge Way SW Pedestrian Bridge

What you need to know: We installed a community requested crosswalk and walk signal as part of the Delridge Way SW – RapidRide H Line project at SW Oregon St and are considering if making the pedestrian bridge earthquake safe and continuing ongoing maintenance is still the right approach. Take… [ Keep reading ]

West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force Meeting #22

On Thursday, August 12, we held the 22nd West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force (CTF) Meeting. You can watch the meeting in full by clicking the below link: West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force Meeting #22 At the meeting, we discussed the following. Clicking on the text will bring you to the time in the… [ Keep reading ]

The West Seattle Bridge Weekly Update email is back!

The West Seattle Bridge weekly Friday email is back in your inbox. If you have not already, sign up to receive email updates about the West Seattle Bridge here. As we approach starting construction on the West Seattle High Rise Bridge again, we will send an email each Friday with the latest on the West Seattle… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory: Upcoming work on NE 66th St and NE 68th St between 12th Ave NE and 15th Ave NE August 16 – August 20

We will be reversing the directions of NE 66th St and NE 68th St between 12th Ave NE and 15th Ave NE to make updates to the roadways and implement safety improvements from August 16 to 20, as part of the 15th Ave NE Paving Project. All parking and thru… [ Keep reading ]

We are pleased to share the Levy to Move Seattle Q2 2021 Report with you!

Read the full report and Executive Summary. This is our second report in our new streamlined, efficient, and transparent format. Data that outlines our progress towards Levy goals each quarter is now captured in our centralized, interactive online dashboard. We invite you to explore the new dashboard, referring to the “How to Use” infographic on page 16 of the report.   Across the department, we have made significant progress on key Levy deliverables… [ Keep reading ]

We’ll upgrade the Highland Park Way SW and SW Holden St intersection after the West Seattle Bridge reopens

Summary When the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge closed in March 2020, the Highland Park neighborhood and the Highland Park Way SW and SW Holden St intersection became part of a detour route. We immediately installed a traffic signal at the intersection to keep people moving safely and efficiently along the detour route. Thanks… [ Keep reading ]

We partnered with East African Community Services and Superpedestrian to distribute 100 bikes to BIPOC youth last week!

Together with East African Community Services and Superpedestrian, we distributed 100 bikes to middle and high school students on August 3rd. We handed out free bikes and bike-related gear to a youth cohort based primarily in the NewHolly community in the Rainier Valley. East African Community Services helps East African… [ Keep reading ]

West Seattle detour construction is making routes more reliable, safer; please be kind to SDOT Crews and Police Officers doing their jobs

As part of improving one of the detour routes for the West Seattle High Bridge closure, we repaved the 5-way intersection of Delridge, Chelan, Spokane and West Marginal Way SW back in April 2020. Photo Credit: SDOT. Construction you see in West Seattle is making the detour routes function better… [ Keep reading ]

LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK | Thank you for celebrating with us! New bike lanes, paving, and more around Green Lake are some of the most significant investments made with your Levy tax dollars.

We were pleased to welcome almost 40 neighbors of all ages on an inaugural bike ride from the Woodland Park Zoo to the Green Lake Community Center. At the Community Center, we met with people to share information about the improvements, hand out bike lights, and cookies from Urban Bakery! We want to say a big “thank you!” to our event partners: Seattle… [ Keep reading ]