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Seattle Freight Advisory Board Seeks New Members

The Seattle Freight Advisory Board (SFAB) is accepting applications for new members. The volunteer board, which was created by the Seattle City Council in 2010, will play an important role in developing Seattle’s Freight Master Plan. The board advises the Mayor, City Council and City departments on the development of a functional [More]

Three More Parklets Added to Seattle’s Pilot Parklet Program

The Seattle Department of Transportation is pleased to announce the inclusion of three additional parklets in the 2014 Pilot Parklet Program: • Equilibrium Fitness in West Seattle (3270 California Ave SW) • Harbour Pointe Coffeehouse in Madison Valley (2818 E Madison St) • Chuck’s Hop Shop in the Central District (2001 E [More]

Reminder–weekend nighttime closures on Mercer Street and Ninth Avenue North; daytime intermittent closures next week on Fifth Avenue North

The Seattle Department of Transportation advises travelers of upcoming construction activities within the Mercer Corridor Project area. Travelers can expect significant traffic delays and should plan ahead and use alternate routes. More information about alternate routes during construction may be found at: http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/mercercorridor.htm. Early warning signs will be available in advance of [More]

Mariners, MS Walk and Supercross Championships
this weekend

This weekend, the Seattle Mariners will try to continue their winning ways when they take on the Oakland A’s Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Safeco field. Meanwhile on Saturday, the AMA holds the Supercross – a FIM World Championship - at CenturyLink Field before a crowd of 40,000. On Sunday morning at [More]

Notice of Overnight Work for the Magnolia CSO Control Project

From Department of Natural Resources and Parks (April 9): The City of Seattle has approved a night time noise variance beginning April 16, 2014 for King County’s contractor to install a sewer pipeline under the on and off ramps of the Magnolia Bridge. The new pipeline will connect the combined sewer overflow [More]

Block of SW Genesee Street to be closed next week

Next week, SW Genesee Street will be closed between SW Avalon Way and 30th Avenue SW from 9 a.m. Monday, April 14 through 6 p.m. Friday, April 18.  During the closure of the steep West Seattle hill, the Seattle Department of Transportation will repair several worn concrete panels.  Local access will be [More]

Fourth Ave South Bridge down to one lane in each direction at night, Apr 15-17

The Seattle Department of Transportation has been painting the steel parts of the First Avenue South and Fourth Avenue South bridges over the Argo Railroad Yard in Seattle’s south industrial area. Next week the Fourth Avenue South Bridge will be narrowed down to one lane in each direction at night to paint [More]

Holman Road NW Paving, April 14 through September

One of Seattle’s busiest arterials is set to get a facelift starting Monday, April 14. The Seattle Department of Transportation will repave 1.3 miles of Holman Road Northwest from Greenwood Avenue North to Northwest 87th Street. In addition to the paving work, crews will make several pedestrian safety improvements including the construction [More]

Mercer Corridor Project: Weekend closures of eastbound Mercer Street, Ninth Avenue N

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has rescheduled the previously announced weekend closures of eastbound Mercer Street and Ninth Avenue N for this weekend beginning on Friday, April 11 at 11 p.m. through Monday, April 14 at 5 a.m. Travelers can expect significant traffic delays and should plan ahead and use alternate [More]

Spring mini-grant funding round now open for safe routes to school projects

The Seattle Department of Transportation is now accepting applications for mini-grants of up to $1,000 to fund projects that educate students about pedestrian and bicycle safety and encourage walking and biking to school. Private and public schools, PTAs, neighborhood councils, local advocacy organizations, and other school-related nonprofit groups may apply. In a [More]