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Fall Mini Grant Funding Now Open for Safe Routes to School Projects

The Seattle Department of Transportation is now accepting applications for the Safe Routes to School Mini Grants of up to $1,000 to fund projects that educate students about pedestrian and bicycle safety and encourage walking and biking to school. Public and private schools, PTAs, and other non-profit organizations may apply…. [ Keep reading ]

Design Update for the S Lander St Bridge Project

The plan for the S Lander St Bridge Project is to build a bridge on S Lander St between 1st Ave S and 4th Ave S to reduce traffic delays while increasing safety and mobility for all users in that neighborhood. We’ve been hearing feedback from the community about its new… [ Keep reading ]

SDOT at the Mount Baker Hub Fest!

The Mount Baker Hub Festival celebrated the transformation of that community with music, food, and fun last weekend at the Sound Transit Link Station and ArtSpace Plaza. SDOT had a table at the event and we shared information on our Accessible Mount Baker project that will engage and interact with the community to… [ Keep reading ]

PARK(ing) Day Plus+ is coming this Friday and Saturday!

Does the end of summer have you feeling blue? It’s not time to start hiding away inside quite yet! PARK(ing) Day Plus+ has inspired Seattleites to create 50 temporary parks and street improvements for you to explore in parking spaces throughout the city. Check them out this Friday and Saturday,… [ Keep reading ]

Great Turnout in Magnolia to Talk About Interbay Trail Connections

We heard from more than 30 people at a ‘pop up’ event in Magnolia last Saturday to talk about two-way protected bike lanes that could connect Magnolia, Interbay and Ballard as part of the Interbay Trail Connections project. SDOT staff was there with a tent, table, and maps to connect with people who live,… [ Keep reading ]

Yesler Way Bridge Rehabilitation is Underway

Built in 1910, the Yesler Way Bridge is one of the oldest permanent steel roadway bridges in the city of Seattle. The rehabilitation work is to improve safety and reliability while preserving the bridge’s historical elements. The work will last through the fall of 2017. The first phase of the… [ Keep reading ]