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What’s moving Seattle | Weekender + Mobility Tip!

Summer’s in the Air! This week marks the halfway point of Summer 2k18 (how did that happen so quickly!) and there’re events happening left and right, from block parties to parades and art fairs, oh my! So many ways to be outside! Scan this list below so you can plan… [ Keep reading ]

What’s moving Seattle this week?

It’s time to party in our streets! Get ready, Seattle! The Capitol Hill Block Party and Bite of Seattle are happening this week. Add daily Mariner and Sounders games, a festival, a parade, and 5k runs and that number blows up to 100k people having fun outside. As you guessed… [ Keep reading ]

What’s Moving Seattle This Week?

This week in Seattle. What do we know? Read it below! Then on Thursday eve check out our Weekender Edition, for updates. Asphalt’s outta’ there!  FRI 6.29 → FRI 7.6 |  With several strikes breaking up the asphalt, it’s out! Today crews began prepping Fauntleroy Wy SW near Fairmount for a new concrete… [ Keep reading ]

It’s time to play in the streets!

Summer, summer, summertime! George Clinton was on to something when he said it was time to put a glide in your stride and a dip in yo’ hip. We have a feeling he was probably at a play street or block party somewhere in Seattle. ? When the sun is shining… [ Keep reading ]

NEW! An Inspired Collaboration | Melrose Promenade Crosswalk

As part of the community-driven Melrose Promenade project, our rock star crews installed two colorful new crosswalks last week at Melrose Ave (across Pike St and Pine St). The idea to bring some color to this crossing was put forth by the community and brought to life by local artist… [ Keep reading ]

Host a People Street this summer!

We’re excited to announce that after three successful years of piloting the People Street program and with your feedback, Seattle, the program returns in 2018! The Seattle People Street program supports Seattle neighborhoods to activate temporary, pedestrian-only streets by closing off certain city blocks to vehicles and opening them up… [ Keep reading ]

Transportation is the Key?️

For decades, Seattle Center and KeyArena have been hosting major events and millions of visitors per year in our region. That’s why the prospect of continuing the tradition with a revitalized KeyArena is so exciting. There’s a big advantage to opening a remodeled KeyArena at Seattle Center: superior transportation options…. [ Keep reading ]

SDOT’s Version of the Hollywood Star

When voters approved the Levy to Move Seattle in 2015, they knew they would be seeing a lot of projects over nine years. With levy-funded construction ramping up, SDOT made it a priority to continue saying thank you to Seattle voters. As you’re walking, cycling, or driving past levy projects,… [ Keep reading ]

Little Parks Make Big Impressions

Pardon the cliché, but we really do think good things come in small packages. Like the community parks created thru the Pavement to Parks program for instance. Since 2015 we’ve created eleven little parks, helping bring neighbors together and provide outdoor space for people of all ages to play. People love… [ Keep reading ]

Join Us October 7th for Art Interruptions Event

In a city already well-known for its breathtaking views, this fall as part of Art Interruptions 2017 we proudly add 7 more extraordinary sights along the Delridge Neighborhood Greenway and Connector Trail in West Seattle. Now through January, we encourage you to view all 7 art installations by foot or… [ Keep reading ]