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Seattle 2017 PARK(ing) Day is coming up! Twister anyone?

This Friday, September 15th, from 9am to 7pm, you may see something like this next to the curb: Don’t worry, it’s perfectly normal once a year in Seattle – on PARK(ing) Day! PARK(ing) Day is an international movement and a chance for people to come up with fun, new ways… [ Keep reading ]

This Week, Seattle Proudly Hosts Smart Growth America, Transportation for America & Transportation Massachusetts For ‘Transportation Study Tour 2017’

Seattle welcomes Transportation for America and Smart Growth America! We’re touring with Smart Growth America (SGA) and Transportation for Massachusetts this week! Together with Seattle Chamber of Commerce, the tour will focus on our world-class transportation and people-focused projects moving Seattle and finding solutions for transportation challenges facing… [ Keep reading ]

Dinner & Art at Pike People Street!

In the mood for art and dining outside this evening? Try Pike People Street and the Capitol Hill Art Walk, from 4PM to 10PM. Grab great food from local restaurants then stay for a bit of street ‘activation’ on the docket. It all supports a vibrant Capitol Hill community! For… [ Keep reading ]

Rainier Vista Creates a New Space!

Meaningful space for neighborhoods to share is an important part of community building. SDOT’s Adaptive Streets Program works toward that end, facilitating possibilities like using underutilized right of way for new gathering places. The latest effort came last week in the Rainier Vista neighborhood, with the grand opening of a… [ Keep reading ]

Growing Vine Street

SDOT is collaborating with the Growing Vine Street team to install a new public space in Belltown! This Pavement to Parks project is part of the SDOT Adaptive Streets program and will use low-cost materials to repurpose part of Taylor Ave between 5th Ave and Denny Way for the “headwaters” of the Growing Vine Street project…. [ Keep reading ]

Artists and Greenways Team Up for Art Interruptions 2016

Miniature horses, an aluminum can collage, and painted street signs are just some of the extraordinary sights popping up along Rainier Valley neighborhood greenways as part of Art Interruptions. This annual art program, created by the Office of Arts & Culture in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation, is designed… [ Keep reading ]