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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 ]

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 ]

Three Spots for Signals to Stops

Could certain intersections in the city work better with “STOP” signs instead of traffic signals? That’s what we started looking into earlier this year. Why? Traffic signals that worked well in the past may not be working as well for the needs of our changing community. SDOT engineers have chosen three… [ Keep reading ]

Eclipse tips: road safety edition

Who’s excited about the solar eclipse? We are! I mean, c’mon, this doesn’t happen every day. The last one was back in 1979 (or about 13,800+ days ago, not that we’re counting). With Monday’s solar eclipse just around the corner, we want to share some travel safety tips, particularly if… [ Keep reading ]

Tripping is More Fun with Friends

You may have seen the Seattle Times article about how local employers are getting their employees to making other transportation choices instead of driving to work alone. Here at SDOT, we have a name for that – it’s our Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) program! Housed in our Transit & Mobility division, we’ve… [ Keep reading ]