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Headed to the U District Street Fair this weekend? Plan ahead and consider transit options with scheduled Montlake Bridge closure.

Editor’s Note (5/20/2022 at 1:55 p.m.) – Update regarding this weekend’s Montlake Bridge closure: The Montlake Bridge will be closed from 11 p.m. Friday, May 20 to 5 a.m. Monday, May 23 while WSDOT contractor crews complete paving work on both ends of the bridge. At least one bridge sidewalk… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Restored program facilitates pop-up shops and art installations in and around downtown Seattle – check out how get there via transit and other travel options!

Summary: Seattle’s Office of Economic Development (OED) is partnering with Shunpike and Seattle Good Business Network to host the Seattle Restored program. Seattle Restored matches local small businesses and artists with vacant downtown Seattle storefronts to help revive the central city with creativity and commerce! Pop up shops and art… [ Keep reading ]

We’re adjusting on-street parking rates on Monday, March 28 to help keep parking spots available for customers in commercial areas and in neighborhoods throughout Seattle – find the new rates and other details here

Summary: On Monday, March 28, on-street paid parking rate adjustments will take effect, based on an analysis of the latest available parking occupancy data collected in January 2022. On-street paid parking rates are adjusted in various business districts and neighborhoods in Seattle by the time of day to manage local… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle to begin issuing warnings for the 72-hour parking rule on October 15, with an initial focus on abandoned, hazardous vehicles

With an increase of abandoned vehicles across Seattle, the City of Seattle will resume enforcing the 72-hour parking rule beginning October 15, 2021. While warnings and citations may be issued on any vehicle parked in one place for 72 hours, the initial focus will be on clearing unoccupied hazardous vehicles… [ Keep reading ]

SURVEY | Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace & parking changes near the new Northgate & University District Stations

Recent curbspace access and parking updates:  Paid parking rate adjustments coming June 1 to improve access to Seattle restaurants, cafes, stores, and other businesses. On-street parking & curbspace changes coming to Uptown. Uptown community informs new plan to prioritize on-street parking for neighborhood businesses and residents and encourage transit use, biking and walking to… [ Keep reading ]

SURVEY | Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace & parking changes near the new Roosevelt Station

It’s happening! Sound Transit announced this month that the Roosevelt Link Light Rail Station is on schedule to open on October 2, 2021! In preparation for the new station and new travel patterns in the area, we’re proposing updates to some on-street parking near the station. Read on to see them.   We want to hear… [ Keep reading ]

We want to hear from you! We’ve drafted street parking and curbspace changes around Seattle Center’s new Climate Pledge Arena and want your feedback!

When large-scale events are safe for the public to attend, the Climate Pledge Arena (formerly Key Arena) could draw crowds of more than 10,000 people up to 250 days per year. This means that we need to plan on making space for more people to move through and around Belltown, Uptown, and… [ Keep reading ]

e-Park Signs will go dark on July 1, 2020

We are sad to share that e-Park signs, showing real-time available open spaces at parking garages, will be turned off July 1, 2020. e-Park was an SDOT program that started in 2010 to help people find parking faster – limiting the amount of time people circled blocks looking for an open spot and, consequently, reducing traffic build up. It provided wayfinding and real-time parking availability for thousands of spaces at 16 garages in Pioneer Square,… [ Keep reading ]

Temporary Parking Changes: Free street parking & lifting time limit restrictions

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Temporary changes to parking regulations remain in effect until further notice

On March 21 we announced temporary changes to how we manage and enforce parking in the city as parking needs have changed in recent weeks. These changes will remain in effect until further notice. Working with the Seattle Police Department and Mayor Jenny Durkan, we’ve found ways to adapt the… [ Keep reading ]