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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 ]

A Near-Term Action Plan for city & regional commuters.

The One Center City Near-Term Action Plan identifies key projects and programs that will help keep people and the economy moving even as major construction projects and growth-related congestion reduce street capacity over the next 3-5 years. Without action, these pressures will slow all vehicles moving to and through the Center City,… [ Keep reading ]

SDOT paving and safety improvements on 35th Ave NE for all who travel on this vital corridor

While Seattle is considered one of the safest cities in the country, we can always do better, especially as SDOT moves forward on much-needed pavement projects. 35th Ave NE is an arterial serving Northeast Seattle and approximately 12,500 drivers on an average day, connecting the Ravenna-Bryant and Wedgwood neighborhoods. It’s also a transit route with service connecting… [ Keep reading ]

We’re Listening! Share Your Feedback on 23rd Ave S Construction Phase 2 Online

Did you miss the 23rd Avenue Corridor Improvements Project open house last week? No worries! You can still view the open house materials and share your feedback with us through our online open house until Tuesday, October 17. Visit the site to learn more about upcoming Phase 2 construction from… [ 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 ]

We Want Your Input on 23rd Ave S Improvements!

You’re invited to check out the design for the 23rd Avenue Corridor Improvements Project and participate in an online open house through Friday, July 28! Learn more about the City’s plans to improve 23rd Ave S from S Jackson St to Rainier Ave S, ask questions, and share your feedback about the second phase of… [ Keep reading ]

Alley Makeover

Construction to reactivate Canton Alley in the heart of Seattle’s Chinatown-International District was recently completed. Like so many of our urban alleys, its pavement had been in very poor condition and it had become a hot spot for criminal activities. However, with Canton Alley being immediately adjacent to the Wing… [ Keep reading ]

Community-initiated project: Holman Rd NW and 13th Ave NW

Thanks to the Levy to Move Seattle, every three years, we can fund large community-requested projects. In March, we launched outreach on the 12 Neighborhood Street Fund projects selected in late 2016, and we’ve received great feedback. One project in particular has received a lot of attention: the Holman Rd… [ Keep reading ]

Update on the Lander St Bridge Project

Our online open house is now live! South Lander St is an essential east-west connection in Seattle’s SODO neighborhood. Every day, the street serves over 13,000 vehicles, 1,400 pedestrians, 100 bicyclists, and needs to be closed over 100 times per day for train crossings. This active train crossing causes frequent… [ Keep reading ]

Roosevelt Paving & Safety Project near completion!

Construction for the Roosevelt Paving & Safety Project is just about done! We started construction in March and crews have been hard at work repaving the street and building other safety improvements for people who walk, bike, drive, and ride transit in this section of northeast Seattle. Paving is complete Crews… [ Keep reading ]