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New Advanced Notice for Bike Lane or Greenway Closures

When you’re riding a bike (or travelling by any means, for that matter) an unexpected change in the path can be challenging to navigate. With our city in the midst of a construction boom, impacts to roadways, sidewalks and bike lanes are more common than ever. That’s why, starting this week, conditions for construction permit… [ 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 ]

Family Friendly Transportation Improvements Coming to Wallingford

Seattle Neighborhood Greenways are safer, calm residential streets for you, your family and neighbors. The Wallingford neighborhood greenway was envisioned in 2009 by the community, funded in 2011 with Neighborhood Project Funds (now the Neighborhood Parks and Street Fund) and constructed in 2012. This was Seattle’s first greenway and helped shift… [ Keep reading ]