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North End lane closures next week, April 28-30

The Seattle Department of Transportation will close two lanes of North 105th Street at Evanston Avenue North next Monday and Tuesday, April 28 and 29. The lane closures will run from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. A single travel lane will be maintained in each direction. On Wednesday, April 30, [More]

Admiral Way Ramp on West Seattle Bridge to be closed Saturday, April 26

Crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation will close the ramp at the Admiral Way exit on the West Seattle Bridge on Saturday, April 26 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Last fall a collision took down a utility pole at this location. Seattle City Light completed their repairs, and now SDOT [More]

SDOT Celebrates Earth Day by Giving Trees More Room to Grow

Unique support cells will enhance street trees and better treat stormwater  Today, when people around the world celebrate Earth Day, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) begins work on its first substantial public works project installing Silva Cells, a system that provides the space for large trees to grow with healthy roots [More]

Mercer Corridor Project: Partial closure of Fifth Avenue N at Mercer Street April 26-28

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) advises travelers of the partial closure of the intersection of Fifth Avenue N and Mercer Street scheduled for Saturday, April 26 to Monday, April 28. Beginning the morning of Saturday, April 26 at 4 a.m. through Monday, April 28 at 5 a.m., the intersection of Fifth [More]

SDOT to pave 17th Avenue West in the Interbay area
April 24 and 25

If the weather is favorable, crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation plan to pave 17th Avenue West from West Dravus Street to West Bertona Street on Thursday and Friday, April 24 and 25.  They plan to work from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. both days. The street will be closed to [More]

Big draw this weekend: Sakura Con 14

  Friday through Sunday, April 18 – 20, crowds of 20,000 or more are expected daily at the Convention Centedowntown for the Sakura Con 14.  Sponsored by the Asian Northwest Cultural Education Association, this is the oldest “anime” (Japanese animation) convention in the Pacific Northwest.  Other events taking place over the weekend [More]

Eastbound Travel Lane of Denny Way by Seattle Center Closed on Saturday

The Seattle Department of Transportation will close the eastbound curb lane of Denny Way between 1st Avenue and 3rd Avenue this coming Saturday, April 19.  The lane will be closed from 8:00 a.m. until 6 p.m. to accommodate construction associated with the extension of overhead trolley electric wires. The construction is part [More]

Mercer Corridor Project: Mercer and Roy streets transition to two-way traffic this spring; Broad Street closes this June

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) announces a major milestone for the Mercer Corridor Project with two-way traffic opening on Mercer Street between First Avenue N and Ninth Avenue N and on Roy Street between Queen Anne Avenue N and Fifth Avenue N this spring. Construction to extend two-way Mercer Street from [More]

Bridge Painting – Fourth Avenue Over Argo Rail Yard Rescheduled

Painting of the Fourth Avenue South Bridge over the Argo Railroad Yard in SODO, previously scheduled for the evenings of April 15-17 has been rescheduled due to rain.  The work, which will require the closure of both the northbound and southbound curb lanes, will instead take place this coming Saturday, April 19, [More]

35th Avenue NE, at Thornton Creek, to be closed for 6 months

Project will prevent local flooding, create habitat for threatened salmon Beginning as early as May 5, part of 35th Avenue Northeast will be closed for approximately six months while the city’s longest creek is reshaped to prevent chronic flooding and restore habitat for threatened salmon and other species. For years, the [More]