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New protected bike lane and street paving coming to the Roosevelt neighborhood! | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK 

At a Glance Thank you, Seattle! The Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015, is helping to fund this important safety project.  We’ve completed the final design of the 11th Ave NE & 12th Ave NE Paving & Safety Project! We are adding to our citywide bicycle network;… [ Keep reading ]

New protected bike lane installation on Eastlake Ave E in South Lake Union between E Galer St and E Roy St starts this weekend | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK 

At-a-glance: We’re excited to start installation on the north segment of the Eastlake Layover Facility Mobility Improvements project – as soon as Saturday! This work will install protection for existing bike lanes on Eastlake Ave E between Roy St and Fairview Ave N in South Lake Union. Project Area: North… [ Keep reading ]

Beacon Hill Bike Route: Completed safety enhancements + 60% design of the bike route | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK

Blog stats: 1,300 words | 7-minute read Editor’s Note (August 15, 2023): We originally published this blog post on February 3, 2023, and have updated it since then with the latest information. We recently reached the 60% design milestone for the Beacon Ave S & 15th Ave S Safety Project! By… [ Keep reading ]

New walk/bike signal, crosswalk, traffic-calming landscaped median added to 15th Ave NW paving project in response to community safety conversation | LEVY, SEATTLE TRANSIT MEASURE DOLLARS AT WORK

Blog Stats: 1,200 words | 6-minute read The design for the 15th Ave W/NW and Ballard Bridge Paving and Safety Project is complete. We’re scheduled to start construction preparation by the end of the year. Learn more about our plans, including new safety enhancements, traffic calming features, and bus-only lane… [ Keep reading ]

SPRING 2023 HIGHLIGHTS | Street trees, South Park upgrades, Safe Routes to School, and more!

Last fall, we started sharing regular seasonal updates with you. These posts highlight the many things we’ve worked on to keep Seattleites moving safely by all modes. Let us put a spring in your step with our recent highlights from spring 2023! Quick links to stories below: Seattle’s street trees … [ Keep reading ]

Transformative Justice Infrastructure Fellowship: A Roadside Chat with SDOT’s Margo Iñiguez Dawes

Blog Stats: 730 words | 4-minute read  Meet Margo Iñiguez Dawes, our Equity Coordinator for the Levy to Move Seattle. She integrates department values and equity goals into a framework that guides how we distribute funding in Seattle. She works to make sure that City investments serve people and communities… [ Keep reading ]

New sidewalk, seating, art, and more on Kenyon Way S in South Beacon Hill | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK

This project was part of our Safe Routes to School program, and your Levy to Move Seattle dollars made it possible. Thank you! Summary  We recently opened a new sidewalk and bike connection on Kenyon Way S!   The new sidewalk and bike path make it safer and easier for families… [ Keep reading ]

New pavement, sidewalks, trees, and other upgrades to South Park streets to help reduce flooding | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK 

Summary We have repaved, added new sidewalks, installed drainage infrastructure and planted new trees in South Park as part of a partnership with Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) to reduce flooding! The improvements in South Park included: The project is located between 2nd Ave S and 8th Ave S, extending to… [ Keep reading ]

Aurora Ave N: New safety upgrades & community design workshops | LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK

Blog stats: 1,000 words | 6-minute read Editor’s Note (June 2, 2023): We originally published this blog post on May 12, 2023, and have continued to update it since then with the latest community design workshop information. At-a-glance: Aurora Ave N is one of Seattle’s major north-south travel routes but… [ Keep reading ]

No Turn On Red restrictions expanding to Aurora Ave I Vision Zero

Blog stats: 950 words I 5-minute read Editor’s note (September 15, 2023): We originally published this blog post on May 4, 2023, and have updated it since then with the latest information.  At-a-glance We’re adding 59 new No Turn on Red signs at multiple intersections along Aurora Ave N!  One… [ Keep reading ]