One Center City

Pike/Pine Protected Bike Lanes Get Another Design Change

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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is moving ahead quickly with a plan to install protected bike lanes (PBLs) on Pike and Pine Streets...

Monday Video: One Center City Walking Tour

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This past Saturday morning, The Urbanist held a walking tour focusing on the central topics around transportation and the public realm involved in the...

Center City Bike Network’s Timeline Becomes Clearer

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When the three transportation agencies involved in the One Center City plan--King County Metro, Sound Transit, and the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT)--presented their...

Convention Center Delay Provides Time To Prioritize Transit

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On Monday, the King County Council voted unanimously to sell the land that is home to Convention Place Station. Convention Place will make way...

One Center City Now Recommends Bare Minimum For Transit

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In late January, the four organizations involved in the One Center City plan--King County Metro, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), Sound Transit, and...
A snarl of car traffic on 4th Avenue with transit and people biking on the margins. (Photo by Scott Bonjukian)

WSCC Addition Transit Impacts Show Up In One Center City

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Downtown transportation impacts loom large as policymakers grapple with the appropriate size of the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) Addition's public benefits package. One Center...

King County Set To Part With Convention Place Station for $161 Million

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Last week King County announced a tentative deal to sell perhaps the largest remaining undeveloped property in Seattle's city center. The 4.1-acre Convention Place...

One Center City Forgets Vision Zero

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Last week we outlined the different proposals to address the "congestion" crisis that our transportation agencies, in conjunction with the Downtown Seattle Association, are...