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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 […]


Update: Paving on 35th Avenue SW and SW Morgan Street

Paving crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation are working on 35th Avenue Southwest between Southwest Morgan Street and Southwest Juneau today and tomorrow, weather permitting. They had planned to close part of the street, leaving one lane open in each direction from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day. They have now decided to keep […]


Paving on 35th Ave. SW starts tomorrow, Roxbury to Cambridge streets

Paving crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation will work on 35th Avenue Southwest between Southwest Roxbury and Southwest Cambridge streets on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 9 and 10. They will grind and repave the asphalt part of the street. (The street is part concrete and part asphalt.) One lane of traffic will remain open […]


Spokane Street Viaduct eastbound lane closure, Oct. 8

Roadway Structures Crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation will close the left-hand, eastbound lane on the Spokane Street Viaduct from Fourth Avenue South to First Avenue South on Oct. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., weather permitting. The closure will allow crews to make pavement repairs on the viaduct.    


Lane closure on the Spokane Street Viaduct, Sept. 25

The Seattle Department of Transportation will repair spalls on the roadway of the South Spokane Street Viaduct (the elevated roadway between I-5 and the West Seattle Bridge) on Thursday, Sept. 25.  The left lane eastbound from SR 99 to Fourth Avenue South will be closed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Drivers are advised to […]


From young to old, SDOT and AARP have tips to help you get there safely, Seattle!

SDOT and AARP launch public service ads to promote safety on foot and behind the wheel Seattle is consistently recognized as one of the safest major cities in the country for bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorists alike. Yet crashes happen every day. Most of them are avoidable and caused by speeding, distraction and impairment. To address […]


Find it, Fix it walks – two more opportunities!

In late June, Mayor Ed Murray announced his Summer of Safety Initiative. The initiative sets up a coordinated approach to public safety across city departments that will mobilize resources to change our built environment, activate our streets and provide jobs for our youth and young adults. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is one of […]


Weekend traffic: Plan ahead for SR 99 closure; special events in several neighborhoods

Getting around in Seattle this weekend and early next week will be complicated by the closure of State Route 99, including the Alaskan Way Viaduct, to accommodate the demolition and replacement of the section of this highway that crosses above Broad Street. State Route 99 way will be closed to both directions of traffic from […]


Arbor Heights streets are getting a new surface treatment

Short-term street closures in Arbor Heights start today Beginning today, Monday, August 18, through Tuesday, August 26, drivers will have limited access to residential streets in the Arbor Heights neighborhood of West Seattle. Select blocks will be closed for two to four hours while crews apply an emulsion to the road surfaces and allow it […]


We’re painting while the sun shines.

Obey the signs–don’t drive on wet paint. Seattle drivers will soon have the benefit of repainted lines on major arterial streets throughout the city. Seattle Department of Transportation crews are out painting fresh stripes on major arterial streets—a total of 850 “lane miles”—on days when the weather is warm and dry enough for applying water-based […]