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I Want to Ride My Bicycle – On the New 2nd Ave Protected Bike Lane!

It’s open! The shiny new section from Pike Street to Denny Way extends the existing 2nd Avenue Protected Bike Lane (PBL) to Yesler Way (that’s 23 blocks!), making city-wide cycling a snap!  Protected bike lanes and signal upgrades in downtown Seattle improve safety for everyone, while at the same… [ Keep reading ]

Coordinating street construction work around Pioneer Square

Four exciting and pivotal downtown street upgrade projects are in progress, or about to get started, in and around Pioneer Square. The projects are all part of a comprehensive transportation vision for downtown Seattle that prioritizes efficiency for the multifaceted lifestyle in our energized city core. Post Avenue Bridge Replacement Project… [ Keep reading ]

We Have to Close a Lane on 4th Ave S near Costco for Awhile

Public safety is our top priority at SDOT. So, we had to close the northbound right lane of 4th Avenue South over the Argo bridge (just north of S Dawson St to just south of Costco) for possibly up to twelve months. The bridge has some cracking and needs to be… [ 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 ]

We’re Extending the 2nd Ave Protected Bike Lane

We’ve been talking about it for awhile, and now it’s happening! Starting Monday, September 18, crews will start working to install the first section of new protected bike lane (PBL) on 2nd Ave between Blanchard and Pike streets. For about 2 weeks, they’ll be grinding and repaving the east side… [ 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 ]

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 ]

Improvements on 2nd Ave are Underway

Work to improve 2nd Ave for people walking, biking, and driving has begun – this includes upgrading traffic signals and extending the 2-way protected bike lane along 2nd Ave from Pike St to Denny Way! Three new signals and crossings at Clay, Cedar, and Vine streets along with new landscaping and… [ Keep reading ]

23rd Avenue Improvements

We reopened 23rd Ave between E John and S Union Streets to two-way traffic on February 28, marking a major milestone for the first phase of the 23rd Ave Corridor Improvements Project. The first phase of the work runs along 23rd Ave between S Jackson St and E John St. The… [ Keep reading ]

Arterial Paving: A Capital Idea

Maintaining Seattle’s streets is one of the most important things we do at SDOT, and we have 6 major paving projects planned for 2017 as part of our arterial Paving Program. Arterials are the primary routes for moving people and goods through the city, as well as connecting neighborhoods, business… [ Keep reading ]