Parking

Construction workers and heavy equipment at the light rail station near Microsoft's Redmond headquarters.

Sound Transit Plans Paid Parking Program as it Builds Another 8,000 Stalls

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Despite the pandemic-induced decline in parking demand at regional transit facilities, Sound Transit is still expanding parking and developing new tools to manage it....

SDOT’s New Curbspace Access and Parking Proposal for Uptown

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With the arrival of the revamped and expanded KeyArena as Climate Pledge Arena later this year, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has proposed...

City Unveils Site Plan for Green Lake Community Center Redevelopment

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On Monday, Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks, for short) released a preliminary site plan for the new Green Lake Community Center as part of...

If You Build It, They Will Come (Even if You Don’t Include Parking)

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The McMenamins Elks Temple in Tacoma has been open for two weeks. With its five eateries and bars, ballroom, and 45 hotel rooms, this...

City Council Passes Electric Vehicle-Ready Legislation for Off-Street Parking

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On Monday, the Seattle City Council passed legislation to require to much of new development in the city to provide electric vehicle-ready (EV) equipment....

City Agencies Re-Charge the Debate About Transportation Priorities On Broadway

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If you need space in front of the Capitol Hill light rail station--and you're not a bike or streetcar--contact the Seattle Department of Transportation...

Two New Frelingford Projects Take Advantage of MHA but Show a Different Approach

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On Monday, two projects went before the Northeast Design Review Board, each for their second round of Early Design Guidance. Each promised to deliver...

Mediation Meltdown: 35th Avenue NE Still Needs Mayoral Leadership

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After more than a year of contentious wrangling over proposed safety improvements to 35th Avenue NE, mediation between two local groups is now over...