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New, permanent Healthy Streets locations coming to Seattle!

Editor’s note (August 22, 2023): We originally published this blog post on October 12, 2022, and have updated it since then with the latest information. Please note: you can click on the links below to jump down to any section: We are making 6 new Healthy Streets locations permanent! … [ Keep reading ]

Beacon Hill Bike Route: Completed safety enhancements + 60% design of the bike route | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK

Blog stats: 1,300 words | 7-minute read Editor’s Note (August 15, 2023): We originally published this blog post on February 3, 2023, and have updated it since then with the latest information. We recently reached the 60% design milestone for the Beacon Ave S & 15th Ave S Safety Project! By… [ Keep reading ]

What’s happening August 14–31: Sports, events, and construction around Seattle!

As we move into the second half of August, there’s still plenty of sun, warm weather, and fun around Seattle! We’ve got festivals, sports, and more summer construction coming up this month, so let’s get into it.  At-a-Glance: Click on the links below to read more! Top Events August 15:… [ Keep reading ]

New walk/bike signal, crosswalk, traffic-calming landscaped median added to 15th Ave NW paving project in response to community safety conversation | LEVY, SEATTLE TRANSIT MEASURE DOLLARS AT WORK

Blog Stats: 1,200 words | 6-minute read The design for the 15th Ave W/NW and Ballard Bridge Paving and Safety Project is complete. We’re scheduled to start construction preparation by the end of the year. Learn more about our plans, including new safety enhancements, traffic calming features, and bus-only lane… [ Keep reading ]

SPRING 2023 HIGHLIGHTS | Street trees, South Park upgrades, Safe Routes to School, and more!

Last fall, we started sharing regular seasonal updates with you. These posts highlight the many things we’ve worked on to keep Seattleites moving safely by all modes. Let us put a spring in your step with our recent highlights from spring 2023! Quick links to stories below: Seattle’s street trees … [ Keep reading ]

Expanded transportation access and more from the Seattle Transit Measure 2022 Performance Report

Blog Stats: 1,700 words | 9-minute read The 2022 Performance Report focuses on the second full year of programing funded under the Seattle Transit Measure (STM). This year, we spotlight some of the innovative work of our Transportation Access Programs (TAP) as well as key COVID Recovery Bus Lane projects… [ Keep reading ]

Transformative Justice Infrastructure Fellowship: A Roadside Chat with SDOT’s Margo Iñiguez Dawes

Blog Stats: 730 words | 4-minute read  Meet Margo Iñiguez Dawes, our Equity Coordinator for the Levy to Move Seattle. She integrates department values and equity goals into a framework that guides how we distribute funding in Seattle. She works to make sure that City investments serve people and communities… [ Keep reading ]

What’s happening July 17-31: Festivals, sports, road closures, and more!

Blog stats: 1,600 words | 8-minute read July may be coming to an end, but we still have plenty going on in Seattle! From two sold-out Taylor Swift concerts to Capitol Hill Block Party and some major road closures, we’ll walk you through what’s going on and how you can… [ Keep reading ]

The Pioneer Square Habitat Beach is now open, bringing waterfront views and improvements to marine habitat

Blog stats: 925 words | 5-minute read Editor’s Note: This is a blog post from the Waterfront Seattle Program. The Waterfront Seattle Program is a collaboration between the Office of the Waterfront and Civic Projects and other Seattle departments including the Mayor’s Office, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), Planning and Community Development,… [ Keep reading ]

New on-street parking rates coming Monday, July 10  

Blog Stats: 650 words | 4-minute read Summary: Routine paid parking rate adjustments will take effect at locations throughout the city on Monday, July 10. This seasonal adjustment is part of our regular process to help ensure enough parking is available, based on the latest real-world usage data and seasonal… [ Keep reading ]