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Weekend traffic: think Huskies and Sounders!

It’s here—the colder weather we associate with fall sports will be just right for this weekend. If you are on the road, you will likely be sharing it with thousands of fans headed to football or soccer games. Husky fans will start the weekend with a Friday- night rally preceding their football game on Saturday […]


Auto show, walk, dash, and rock!

Do you like green cars? This is your weekend to check out the latest in green car technology at the Seattle Auto Show. If on the other hand you like to walk or run, there are two great events for you this weekend—you can walk to fight breast cancer or you can run the Dawg […]


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 […]


Mercer Corridor Project: Morning eastbound lane restriction on Mercer Street, October 8

The Seattle Department of Transportation advises travelers of eastbound lane restrictions on Mercer Street: A single lane restriction on eastbound Mercer Street between Sixth Avenue North and Dexter Avenue North will be in effect during the morning commute on Oct. 8 for emergency roadway patching. The following impacts can be expected: One eastbound lane of […]


SDOT to repair West Emerson Overpass

Major traffic impacts start this Thursday, Oct. 9 The Seattle Department of Transportation advises travelers of upcoming construction on the West Emerson Overpass above 15th Avenue West on Thursday, Oct. 9. This overpass will be completely closed to all traffic for approximately 12 weeks. SDOT will also close 15th Avenue West to all traffic at […]


Weekend Traffic: Bruce Lee, the Double Tenth Parade and the Magnolia Run the Bluff

Traffic does not take weekends off, even when the Mariners finish their 2014 season and there are no Husky, Seahawks or Sounders home games scheduled. There will be events that will close streets this weekend in the Chinatown/International District and in the Magnolia neighborhood. Did you know that Seattle has one of the largest Asian […]


Lane restrictions on Mercer Street, September 26 – October 3

The Seattle Department of Transportation advises travelers of nighttime lane restrictions on Mercer Street: Single lane restrictions on Mercer Street between Fifth Avenue North and Ninth Avenue North will be in effect weeknights, from Sept. 26 to Oct. 3 for utility work. The following impacts can be expected: The eastbound right lane of Mercer Street […]


Weekend traffic: Huskies, Mariners, Sounders, and more

There are plenty of events this weekend to consider when planning your travel routes around the city. This is especially on Saturday when you will likely be sharing the road with travelers headed to one of four major events: the Seattle Aids Walk on Capitol Hill, the Sounders playing at Century Link Field, the Huskies […]


Community Groups and Businesses to Create Temporary Mini-Parks for PARK(ing) Day 2014

WHAT:  Fifty Park(ing) Day sites convert on-street parking spaces into public spaces for annual PARK(ing) Day event WHEN:  Friday, September 19, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. WHERE: A map of all PARK(ing) Day installations in Seattle can be found at PARK(ing) Day seeks to raise awareness about the importance of a sustainable, livable and healthy […]


Weekend traffic: Park(ing) day, Seahawks and Huskies

Travelers in Seattle this weekend are advised to plan their trips around sports events and festivals as Seattleites celebrate the last few days of summer. On Friday, a number of mini parks will appear in curb-side parking spaces throughout Seattle, each offering a fun and unique way to engage with the local community. Many people […]