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Events Traffic Advisory for Wednesday, May 27 – Sunday, May 31

SDOT is advising travelers to be aware of events happening around the city through the weekend that will add to area traffic. Barry Manilow performs at KeyArena tonight. There is a KEXP street party in West Seattle on Friday. There are two runs, one Saturday and one Sunday. The Mariners play Friday through Sunday at […]

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Events Traffic Advisory for Tuesday, May 19 – Monday, May 25

SDOT is advising travelers to be aware of events happening around the city through the Memorial Day holiday weekend that will add to area traffic. The annual Northwest Folklife Festival runs through Memorial Day Monday. A march for education funding is Tuesday morning from the Seattle Center to Westlake Park. A march opposing genetically engineered […]

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Events Traffic Advisory for Tuesday, May 12 – Sunday, May 17

SDOT is advising travelers to be aware of events happening around the city through the weekend that will add to area traffic. The Mariners play Tuesday through Sunday at Safeco Field. The University District Street Fair runs Saturday and Sunday. There are three runs/walks on Sunday including Beat the Bridge. There are events at KeyArena and […]

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University Bridge maintenance work next week, May 12-15

The Seattle Department of Transportation will perform maintenance work on the University Bridge from May 12 to May 15, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day. Crews will first close the right-hand northbound lane and then will close the right-hand southbound lane. Bicyclists will merge with traffic on the concrete portion of the bridge […]

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Lane closures in downtown Seattle this weekend, May 9 and 10

Several lanes will be closed in downtown Seattle this weekend for the installation of a tower crane, for sewer repairs, and for roadway restoration. First Avenue, Lenora Street—On Saturday and Sunday, May 9 and 10, the left lanes of north and southbound First Avenue will be closed between Lenora and Virginia streets from 7 a.m. […]

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South Alaska Street sidewalk replacement next week, May 11-19

Next week crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation will replace the sidewalk on the south side of South Alaska Street between 32nd Avenue South to mid-block to the west. The crews will work from May 11 to May 19, from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. They will break out the old sidewalk, […]

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Montlake Boulevard Lane Closures May 9 and 10

 Sound Transit Construction of the University of Washington Station’s pedestrian/bicycle bridge is ongoing. In order to perform this work safely, Sound Transit’s contractor must close lanes on Montlake Boulevard the weekend of May 9th. Expect traffic delays. Saturday May 9 and Sunday May 10, lane closures will be in effect from 6 a.m. – 7 […]

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Montlake Bridge repairs Saturday morning

Washington State Department of Transportation Drivers on Montlake Boulevard (State Route 513) should prepare for possible delays at the Montlake Bridge Saturday morning, May 9. Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will close the right southbound lane from 6 to 11 a.m. for deck repairs. In the Seattle area, drivers can get real-time traffic […]

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Bicycle path on Mercer Street opens May 1 for Bike to Work Month

SDOT announces the opening of the two-way bicycle path on the north side of Mercer Street between Dexter Avenue N and Fifth Avenue N on Friday, May 1. The pathway will be open and available for cyclists to use for the month of May and will close again for up to two weeks in June […]

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Safety improvement for the Alki Trail, April 28

The Seattle Department of Transportation will realign the Alki Trail at the driveway of 3400 Harbor Avenue Southwest (several hundred yards north of Spokane Street). Moving the trail away from the building at the driveway will improve visibility for drivers exiting the building parking lot and for bicyclists and pedestrians using the trail.  Please see […]

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