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Transportation is the Key?️

For decades, Seattle Center and KeyArena have been hosting major events and millions of visitors per year in our region. That’s why the prospect of continuing the tradition with a revitalized KeyArena is so exciting. There’s a big advantage to opening a remodeled KeyArena at Seattle Center: superior transportation options…. [ Keep reading ]

Renew and Ride: Youth ORCA Program Expanding

The Youth ORCA program is wrapping up its first full school year! And it’s been a great year – students in the program have taken 374,000 transit trips this school year – that’s a savings of $565,000 for the 2,500 students in the program! The ORCA cards students are using… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle United for Immigrant and Refugee Families

The City of Seattle recently hosted an event called Seattle United for Immigrant and Refugee Families, offering free legal services and other information to families who are new to our country. The City’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA) estimated that more than 1300 people attended. SDOT and other city agencies were… [ Keep reading ]

Moving More People Through Transportation Equity

More than 200 people turned out for a kickoff event to launch our Transportation Equity Program in partnership with Seattle Housing Authority (SHA). This event was part of a new initiative to promote transportation equity by helping people of all incomes access a full range of transportation options, such as ORCA LIFT cards,… [ Keep reading ]