Tuesday, 19 January, 2021
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Route 70 is not among Seattle's speedier buses, but that could change. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is studying how to improve the route, which averaged 8,300 daily riders in 2017, and it has an online open house available...
To an urbanist, there's no sweeter sight than fresh red paint claiming a new bus lane. We have seen that sight a bit more frequently lately. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has added about 32 blocks of bus lanes...
A pedestrianized Ballard Avenue and protected bike lanes on Roy Street in Queen Anne were some of the street safety improvements dealt a setback this week. The Neighborhood Street Fund projects that received the most votes were revealed to...
Seattle's largest safe streets grant program, the Neighborhood Street Fund, is currently in the voting stage. Voting is open through Sunday, May 5th, with anyone with any connection to Seattle able to cast a ballot in each of Seattle's...
Preliminary data from the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) shows the total number of serious injuries and fatalities on Seattle's streets was virtually unchanged between 2018 and 2017, showing another year of stagnation toward our citywide goal of completely...
On Thursday, officials from the City of Seattle, Washington State Department of Transportation, and King County Metro held a joint press conference to discuss upcoming traffic impact responses that agencies will make in the wake of imminent closure of...
After nearly a year of interim directors, Mayor Jenny Durkan on Tuesday announced her pick to lead the Seattle Department of Transportation. Sam Zimbabwe, who will start work in early January, has spent seven years working at the District...
The rumors of the Move Seattle Reset have been swirling for months, but it remained unclear what that would mean beyond a sort of vague watering down of upgrades due to an estimated $96 million shortfall. Now it's become clearer...