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Eighth Avenue South to become one-way for one block to accommodate First Hill Streetcar tracks

The Seattle Department of Transportation will be converting the one block segment of Eighth Avenue South between South Lane and South Dearborn streets from its current two-way configuration to one-way southbound over the weekend of Nov. 8-9 (weather permitting). The traffic revision is necessary to accommodate the streetcar track on Eighth Avenue South that runs […]

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Construction alert: Capitol Hill Station

Sound Transit Nagle Place Utility Relocation Starting as early as Thursday, October 30, Sound Transit’s contractor will begin work on Nagle Place between Howell St. and E Pine St. to install underground utilities. This work will require sawing the pavement, jack hammering, excavation and paving equipment. The project will take approximately one month to complete. […]

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Nagle Place utility relocation to start as early as October 27

Starting as early as Monday, October 27, Sound Transit’s contractor will begin work on Nagle Place between Howell St. and E Pine St. to install underground utilities.This work will require sawing the pavement, jack hammering, excavation and paving equipment. The project will take approximately one month to complete. Work hours are from 7 a.m. through […]

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Mercer Corridor Project: Lane restrictions on Dexter Avenue N, October 26.Reminder of weekend lane restrictions on Mercer Street and northbound Fifth Avenue N

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) advises travelers of the following activities within the Mercer Corridor Project Area:  Lane restrictions on Dexter Avenue N between Roy and Republican streets October 26 On Sunday, October 26, from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m., capacity will be reduced on Dexter Avenue N for underground utility work and paving. […]

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Weekend Traffic: Opa! Seahawks and Sounders are back

Fall is in the air and the weather is becoming less certain. When planning your trips around the city this weekend, in addition to the weather, keep in mind the Seahawks and Sounders are back in town, and several construction projects will affect traffic. The Heart and Stroke Walk will take place at the Seattle […]

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Madison Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Kick-off

The Seattle Department of Transportation invites you to attend the kick-off event for a study to improve transit service, pedestrian and bike connections, and public space along Madison Street. Learn more about the study and bus rapid transit, and share your knowledge and ideas with the project team. The ultimate goal of the project is […]

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Emergency sewer work continues on Melrose Ave.

Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is continuing emergency sewer work on the sewer mainline that crosses I-5 from Melrose Avenue to Eastlake Avenue south of East Denny Way. SPU’s contractor recently inserted a new lining into the pipe and is in the process of finishing the project during September and early October. Once […]

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E Lynn Street closure, and lane closures on Eastlake Avenue E next week

Seattle Department of Transportation paving crews will close East Lynn Street between Eastlake Avenue East and Boylston Avenue East from Sept. 14 to Sept. 16 for grinding and paving. Traffic will be detoured. The crews will also partially close the intersection of Eastlake Avenue East and East Allison Street on Sept. 14, from 7 a.m. […]

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Weekend traffic Sept 12-14 Huskies, Mariners, Sounders and community festivals

If you are planning to be in northeast Seattle on Saturday, you would be wise to plan your trip around the Husky Football game on that day, with kickoff at 1 p.m. The customary Husky Football traffic plan will be in place, diverting general traffic away from the area before and after the game to […]

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Weekend Traffic: Husky GameDay

This is the week of football in Seattle! With up to 70,000 spectators expected, the Husky football traffic plan will be implemented for the game on Saturday, diverting general traffic away from the area to allow time for football fans to enter and leave the Husky stadium and parking areas. The customary traffic diversions will […]

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