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We’re halfway done with the #Connect2020 Link light rail disruptions! Two things you need to know: Weekend Closure: Shuttle buses replace Link trains this weekend between Capitol Hill and SODO starting Friday, February 7 at 9pm. Platform switch: Starting Monday, February 10, Link light rail riders will board all trains at Westlake & University Street […]

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The snow was a good excuse for many (but not all) of us to ignore our bikes last week, but now that highs are back around 50 with a grey blanket of clouds, it’s time to bundle up and befriend our bikes again. Chapter 3 of the #SeattleSqueeze continues with Connect 2020 Link light rail […]

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Flex your commute during Connect 2020

This week was the start of Connect 2020 Link light rail disruptions. Two days down, 10 weeks to go. You’ve got this, Seattle. We appreciate everyone who has patiently navigated the downtown Link light rail stations and smoothly made the Pioneer Square station transfer.  On Monday, a lot of you had the same idea and […]

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NEW year = NEW commute!

Have you set any New Year’s resolutions for 2020? How about doing something good for yourself (stress-less), your city, & your planet. Pledge to commute car-free 1x a week. We’ve all set too-audacious New Year’s resolutions that we’ve given up on before we even start. Did you stress out a little too much in 2019? […]

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What’s happening? As we prepare for the start of SR 99 tolling on November 9, we are working with the Office of the Waterfront and Civic Projects to keep Alaskan Way open and accessible to drivers and pedestrians. This coordination is all part of the #SeattleSqueeze and all our partners are working together to make travel as smooth as […]

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View our Downtown Street & Transit Changes Map to see new lane channelization on downtown streets, new PM peak bus volumes on downtown streets, and other impacts to downtown streets that will continue to change how we get around. These changes are a result of the March 23 service change, when all buses that use the Downtown […]

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Despite transit use decreasing in other metropolitan cities, this hasn’t been the case for Seattle. In fact, ridership has climbed in the last seven years with upwards of 50 percent of downtown commuters taking transit. That’s pretty amazing. So, what’s a region to do to move more people through our ever-growing city? We invest in the […]

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Here’s a snapshot of this week’s events moving Seattle that may affect how you get around. Plan your trip! See our trip planning tools section of this post.   T H U R S. M A R 7   GeekWire Bash 2019: The annual GeekWire Bash features virtual reality, video games, robotics, epic dodgeball, foosball, ping pong, and Catan […]

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New bus lane in downtown Seattle will help keep transit moving during the next chapter of the #SeattleSqueeze. We made it through the longest highway closure in the Puget Sound Region! But the Seattle Squeeze is far from over. Our next chapter of the Seattle Squeeze begins on March 23, 2019, when all buses that […]

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Photos: View From Above #Realign99

Aerial images captured by one of our own. This picture of the fading sunlight over Seattle’s cityscape seems appropriate for us as we sunset a part of Seattle’s history (#GoodbyeViaduct, we will miss you) and prepare for the present/future (hello, #99Tunnel) in the coming days. This is truly a new season of thriving changes for […]

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2 weeks down, 1 to go until the new SR 99 tunnel opens! We’re almost there! Crews are completing the final work needed to realign the SR 99 highway into the new tunnel below downtown Seattle. We are so grateful to everyone who changed their commute during this time – these two weeks have proved […]

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One week of changing your commute: COMPLETE! We’re almost half way through the #Realign99 closure before the new SR 99 tunnel opens in February, and we want to extend a tubular THANK YOU, Seattle, for doing your part to keep things moving. Over this last week, you’ve switched work schedules or days, rearranged your daily […]

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