During presidential visits, the U.S. Secret Service has authority to provide security, including requiring intermittent closures of freeways and … [Read more...] about President Biden’s trip to Seattle will have a big impact on travel in the Puget Sound region. Travelers can expect delays and some detours in Seattle over the coming days. Learn more and plan ahead before you travel.
This week is National Work Zone Awareness Week (April 11-15, 2022), and we’re here to remind you to please pay attention as you approach and drive … [Read more...] about National Work Zone Awareness Week: April 11-15, 2022 – help do your part by paying attention to signs and slowing down when you drive to and through work zones and incident response scenes
Summary: Seattle’s Office of Economic Development (OED) is partnering with Shunpike and Seattle Good Business Network to host the Seattle Restored … [Read more...] about Seattle Restored program facilitates pop-up shops and art installations in and around downtown Seattle – check out how get there via transit and other travel options!
Our Pedestrian Projects Toolkit at-a-glance As part of our overall Pedestrian Program, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has … [Read more...] about SDOT’s Pedestrian Projects Toolkit helps guide our work to evaluate and install infrastructure to improve safety for people walking and rolling in Seattle
We are committed to achieving our Vision Zero goal of ending traffic deaths and serious injuries on Seattle streets by 2030. Addressing the safety … [Read more...] about Addressing safety on Aurora Ave N is a critical step in our work to achieve our Vision Zero goal of ending traffic deaths and serious injuries on Seattle streets by 2030
Please note: this blog post is available in additional languages via the links below, including Amharic, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), … [Read more...] about New Ride Now program offers free and discounted rides to transit and other local trips for older adults (65+) and people with disabilities – learn more and find out if you qualify!
Summary: There is demand for scooter share and scooters provide a flexible, low-emissions travel option.During our scooter share pilot program, … [Read more...] about We’ve published an evaluation of the Seattle scooter share program – check it out and learn what’s next
In case you missed it, we’re sharing highlights from the SDOT Blog each month. Here are some of our top blog posts from February. SDOT Blog … [Read more...] about Best of the Month | Engaging with the public, installing new signs at crosswalks, highlighting everything your Levy dollars made possible in 2021, celebrating Women’s History Month, and more!
You may have noticed a lot of construction going on in the University District. We know that it can be challenging to navigate these work zones, so … [Read more...] about Our new University District Construction Hub helps people and goods move through work zones and reach their destinations
Rider Alert: Wednesday, April 6 & Thursday, April 7 Seattle Center Monorail will close early at 7:00pm for guideway work. For more … [Read more...] about Seattle Center Monorail Rider Alert
Have you heard? The cherry blossoms are in full bloom on the University of Washington (UW) Seattle campus, and people are flocking to see them! If … [Read more...] about Visiting the UW Cherry Blossom festival? Take transit, bike, walk, or roll – and enjoy more time celebrating spring!
Read the 2021 Annual Report. Note: We typically publish all reports on the Levy to Move Seattle Materials webpage. Due to technical … [Read more...] about LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK | Our 2021 Annual Report highlights everything your Levy dollars made possible last year