One Center City

The Time to Remake 4th Avenue Is Now

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Just a few years ago, the Seattle Mayor's Office, eying a confluence of construction events getting scheduled downtown and an uncertain timeline for buses...

Are One Center City Multimodal Improvements on the Way?

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When the One Center City Advisory Board delivered its recommendation last September, we applauded the gains for transit priority and the Downtown Basic Bike Network. Five...

Work on Seventh Avenue Protected Bike Lane To Begin in Early 2018

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Beginning shortly after New Year's Day, the Seattle Department of Transportation will begin working on a new segment of the Center City Bike Network,...

The Center City Connector Is A Critical, High Quality Transit Project

On October 14th, former Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata wrote a blog post that may mislead enough people to stop an excellent local transit...

Convention Center Acquiesces to Coalition with $83 Million Benefits Package

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One of the biggest questions swirling around the new $1.6 billion expansion of the Washington State Convention center--apart from whether it will actually get...

First Look at Pike Pine Renaissance: Act 1 Concepts

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On Tuesday night, Seattle's Office of the Waterfront and the Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) presented their concepts for what is being called Pike Pine...

Cary Moon’s Transit Plan: Bus Lanes, Bike Lanes, and Safer Sidewalks

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Mayoral candidate Cary Moon added some meat to the bones of her transit plan at a press conference this afternoon in South Lake Union....

One Center City Finally Finds Mode Balance

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In June, I wrote about how the One Center City stakeholder group was heading toward a downtown where the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel could...