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Thumbnail for - Parking 101: SDOT’s Demand-Based Rates
Jul 18, 2014
Urban Upgrade
Longer paid-parking hours and higher rates may be grating at first, but they could work to your advantage.
Thumbnail for - Everything You Needed to Know About Parklets
Sep 17, 2013
This fall SDOT will convert parking spaces in three neighborhoods to miniparks. Parklets could spread throughout the city by next year.
Thumbnail for - SDOT Fights Street Crime With Street Food
Sep 17, 2013
The department hopes to clean up Westlake Plaza and Alaskan Way with food trucks.
Thumbnail for - Morning Jolt: Bikes and Transit
Jul 11, 2011
The day's winners and losers.
Thumbnail for - More than 30 Layoffs Coming to City Transportation Department
Jun 20, 2011
City Hall
Council members express alarm that the mayor's midyear budget cuts include 31 street-maintenance employees.
Thumbnail for - Children's Hospital to Invest $2M to Improve Bike and Ped Infrastructure
Oct 28, 2010
As part of their $1 billion expansion and 20-year comprehensive transportation plan, Seattle Children's hospital is spending $2 million to improve bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in Northeast...
Thumbnail for - Queen Anne's Got A Connection Problem
Oct 21, 2010
Queen Anne's inter-neighborhood connectivity is getting a boost this week thanks to a new bike lane and sharrows on Taylor Ave. However, if you want leave the neighborhood by bike and head toward...
Thumbnail for - Bike Lanes And Sharrows Bound For Queen Anne This Week
Oct 20, 2010
Thanks to its daunting topography, Queen Anne offers very few bike routes feasible for your everyday, mortal bicyclist. But, one of those rare rideable routes, Taylor Ave, is getting some much...
Thumbnail for - Ask BikeNerd: The Lake on the Burke-Gilman Trail
Oct 15, 2010
This week's Ask BikeNerd deals with a newly formed safety hazard on the Burke Gilman trail. In attempting to fix a problematic spot near Gas Works, SDOT inadvertently created an extra problem.
Thumbnail for - SDOT Lays Out Cash to Help Kids Walk and Bike to School
Oct 13, 2010
In recognition of International Walk to School month, the Seattle Department of Transportation is offering grants up to $1,000 to help fund safe biking and walking programs for kids. It's a smart...
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