What transportation agencies are doing for you
To keep people and goods moving safely and efficiently through Seattle, the City has invested in projects and programs to ease the constraint of our massive growth and redevelopment.
How you travel around Seattle is changing. It’s time to make a plan.
Every day, the City of Seattle is both working to strengthen our transit infrastructure with improvement projects small and large and ensure that our streets are safe for years to come. We are here to help you navigate our city where it’s the most challenging.
Since the closure of the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge in March 2020, finding ways that we each can reduce our traffic in the area — whether biking, taking transit, ridesharing or staying local — is crucial to keeping people and goods moving safely. Explore your options.
As people return to work and businesses reopen, our local transportation and transit agencies are working to ensure that transportation and transit are efficient and safe for the traveling public.
We’re working together. For you.
The City of Seattle, Washington State Department of Transportation, King County Metro, Sound Transit, and the Port of Seattle are working together to keep people and goods moving safely. We’re working around the clock to help you prepare and navigate the construction impacts while keeping you informed so you can plan accordingly.