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Traffic Advisory for December 8 – 14, 2014

There is a Key Arena concert event on Tuesday that runs from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.; the show is expected to draw 13,000 concert-goers. There are two Sunday events that will have traffic impacts including: the annual Jingle Bell Run downtown, and the Seahawks game at Century Link. The Jingle Bell Run will have […]

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Updated Traffic Advisory for December 5 – 7, 2014

There are three additional significant things to be aware of happening this weekend in addition to the previously listed advisories including: First, a reminder of the Mercer Corridor Street closure in south Lake Union that will have Fifth Avenue North between Harrison Street and Denny Way closed beginning Saturday, Dec. 6, at 4 a.m. and […]

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Alaskan Way Viaduct to close overnight Saturday

Washington State Department of Transportation Both directions of State Route 99 will close overnight Saturday between the West Seattle Bridge and the north end of the Battery Street Tunnel. The closure – which will last from Saturday, Dec. 6 at 11:59 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 7 – will allow crews to move heavy […]

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Traffic Advisory for Week of November 24 – 30, 2014

This holiday week is filled with big events including the Thanksgiving Day Parade, Holiday Tree and Star Lighting, five races including the Amica Seattle Marathon and Half-Marathon. There are also two Key Arena concerts, and a Sounders match. On Sunday the Amica Seattle Marathon and Half-Marathon will have closures and detours throughout the city beginning […]

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Weekend Traffic Advisory

Two major closures to be aware of for this weekend: One lane in both directions of Aurora Avenue North remains closed from Ward to Comstock streets, and both directions of 15th Avenue West will close Saturday night at 9 p.m. with northbound and southbound detours in place between West Emerson and West Dravus streets. There […]

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No Link light rail service on Nov. 15 for system upgrades

Sound Transit November 3, 2014 Free special airport express bus and Rainier Valley buses to operate along route Link light rail service will be suspended on Saturday, Nov. 15, as contractors install and test upgraded control systems as part of the University Link light rail extension that opens in early 2016. The upgraded control systems […]

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Weekend Traffic: Watch out for trolls this Halloween weekend

We’ve heard that some are blaming recent traffic issues on a band of trolls visiting Seattle. It is true there are more collisions in Seattle during October than in any other month, but it is more likely due to changing weather and shortened days rather than mean-spirited trolls. The Seattle Department of Transportation advises people […]

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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 […]

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Power Line Replacement Work to Close I-5 and MLK Way Near Boeing Field

Seattle City Light Contact: Roberto Bonaccorso, (206) 386-4233; roberto.bonaccorso@seattle.gov Drivers using Interstate 5 and State Route 900 near Boeing Field should plan for delays and prepare to use alternate routes as Seattle City Light crews work to replace overhead utilities that span the busy highways on Fri., Oct. 24 to Sat., Oct. 25. To complete […]

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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 […]

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