Category Archives: Transportation

No Sidewalks Ahead? Greenwood Ave Paving Project Raises Questions

Recent articles by By Drew Dresman in The Urbanist and  Lindsay Cohen for Komo News:  http://komonews.com/news/local/seattle-road-project-3-million-for-makeover-no-sidewalks I thought I would share it in case you miss it. No Sidewalks Ahead? Greenwood Ave Paving Project Raises Questions   A draft of the updated Pedestrian Master Plan (PMP) is available now for public review. This updated PMP will serve as…

Greenwood Ave N Paving Project News

The Seattle Department of Transportation web site has the following update on the Greenwood Ave. N repaving. New asphalt was laid on Greenwood Ave N between N 125th and N 136th streets on the evenings of August 18-19. Temporary lane markings on this stretch of Greenwood will be replaced with permanent lane striping sometime in…

Amended Package to Include Full Funding for NE 130th St. Station

      Councilmember Juarez Hails Improved ST3 Proposal Amended Package to Include Full Funding for NE 130th St. Station SEATTLE – Councilmember Debora Juarez (District 5, North Seattle) issued the following statement after the completion of today’s Sound Transit Board meeting, during which time City of Seattle representatives presented an amendment to the Sound…

Call to Action on Sound Transit on the 130th Street Station!

From Councilmember Debora Juarez. If we are going to see some an amendment to the Draft ST3 Plan we need you to write in and tell the Sound Transit leadership that we need a commitment to build the 130th Street Station! I am not sitting around hoping there will be a change, I am out…

Sound Transit 3 Draft Plan

  Welcome! The Sound Transit 3 draft plan is a proposal to keep our region moving in response to record-setting population growth – and resulting traffic congestion. It’s a 25-year plan that builds upon the existing and planned Sound Transit system of trains and buses across the urban areas of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties….

The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee is Seeking Candidates

We have a new transportation levy that was approved by voters last year.  If you would like to be considered for the committee that will oversee the levy you can apply.  See the announcement below. ========================================== The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee seeks candidates to apply for service on the Committee. Candidates will be selected…

Help SDOT Redesign Its Website

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is seeking input on what the public would like to see on its website when it is redesigned.  Below is their notice. Help us redesign SDOT’s website to work better for you! We know it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for on our site. With your…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study

The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study was held on Wednesday, September 30.  Approximately 200 people attended.  At this open house, City of Shoreline staff shared general information about the study and the project team introduced draft study concepts.  Open house attendees participated in an exercise which will be used to help inform the outcome. The eventual…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study Open House Wednesday, September 30, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Shoreline City Hall 17500 Midvale Ave. N. The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study will be held on Wednesday, September 30. This open house is an important opportunity for input and information. The City will present draft…

Sound Transit 3 Public Involvement Meetings

The Sound Transit Board has kicked off a public involvement campaign to decide what mass transit projects should be studied as the final candidates for a Sound Transit 3 ballot measure. Community members throughout the fast-growing Puget Sound region can engage on ST3 priorities via an online survey, a new interactive website, public meetings and social…

Category Archives: Transportation

No Sidewalks Ahead? Greenwood Ave Paving Project Raises Questions

Recent articles by By Drew Dresman in The Urbanist and  Lindsay Cohen for Komo News:  http://komonews.com/news/local/seattle-road-project-3-million-for-makeover-no-sidewalks I thought I would share it in case you miss it. No Sidewalks Ahead? Greenwood Ave Paving Project Raises Questions   A draft of the updated Pedestrian Master Plan (PMP) is available now for public review. This updated PMP will serve as…

Greenwood Ave N Paving Project News

The Seattle Department of Transportation web site has the following update on the Greenwood Ave. N repaving. New asphalt was laid on Greenwood Ave N between N 125th and N 136th streets on the evenings of August 18-19. Temporary lane markings on this stretch of Greenwood will be replaced with permanent lane striping sometime in…

Amended Package to Include Full Funding for NE 130th St. Station

      Councilmember Juarez Hails Improved ST3 Proposal Amended Package to Include Full Funding for NE 130th St. Station SEATTLE – Councilmember Debora Juarez (District 5, North Seattle) issued the following statement after the completion of today’s Sound Transit Board meeting, during which time City of Seattle representatives presented an amendment to the Sound…

Call to Action on Sound Transit on the 130th Street Station!

From Councilmember Debora Juarez. If we are going to see some an amendment to the Draft ST3 Plan we need you to write in and tell the Sound Transit leadership that we need a commitment to build the 130th Street Station! I am not sitting around hoping there will be a change, I am out…

Sound Transit 3 Draft Plan

  Welcome! The Sound Transit 3 draft plan is a proposal to keep our region moving in response to record-setting population growth – and resulting traffic congestion. It’s a 25-year plan that builds upon the existing and planned Sound Transit system of trains and buses across the urban areas of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties….

The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee is Seeking Candidates

We have a new transportation levy that was approved by voters last year.  If you would like to be considered for the committee that will oversee the levy you can apply.  See the announcement below. ========================================== The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee seeks candidates to apply for service on the Committee. Candidates will be selected…

Help SDOT Redesign Its Website

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is seeking input on what the public would like to see on its website when it is redesigned.  Below is their notice. Help us redesign SDOT’s website to work better for you! We know it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for on our site. With your…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study

The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study was held on Wednesday, September 30.  Approximately 200 people attended.  At this open house, City of Shoreline staff shared general information about the study and the project team introduced draft study concepts.  Open house attendees participated in an exercise which will be used to help inform the outcome. The eventual…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study Open House Wednesday, September 30, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Shoreline City Hall 17500 Midvale Ave. N. The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study will be held on Wednesday, September 30. This open house is an important opportunity for input and information. The City will present draft…

Sound Transit 3 Public Involvement Meetings

The Sound Transit Board has kicked off a public involvement campaign to decide what mass transit projects should be studied as the final candidates for a Sound Transit 3 ballot measure. Community members throughout the fast-growing Puget Sound region can engage on ST3 priorities via an online survey, a new interactive website, public meetings and social…

Category Archives: Transportation

No Sidewalks Ahead? Greenwood Ave Paving Project Raises Questions

Recent articles by By Drew Dresman in The Urbanist and  Lindsay Cohen for Komo News:  http://komonews.com/news/local/seattle-road-project-3-million-for-makeover-no-sidewalks I thought I would share it in case you miss it. No Sidewalks Ahead? Greenwood Ave Paving Project Raises Questions   A draft of the updated Pedestrian Master Plan (PMP) is available now for public review. This updated PMP will serve as…

Greenwood Ave N Paving Project News

The Seattle Department of Transportation web site has the following update on the Greenwood Ave. N repaving. New asphalt was laid on Greenwood Ave N between N 125th and N 136th streets on the evenings of August 18-19. Temporary lane markings on this stretch of Greenwood will be replaced with permanent lane striping sometime in…

Amended Package to Include Full Funding for NE 130th St. Station

      Councilmember Juarez Hails Improved ST3 Proposal Amended Package to Include Full Funding for NE 130th St. Station SEATTLE – Councilmember Debora Juarez (District 5, North Seattle) issued the following statement after the completion of today’s Sound Transit Board meeting, during which time City of Seattle representatives presented an amendment to the Sound…

Call to Action on Sound Transit on the 130th Street Station!

From Councilmember Debora Juarez. If we are going to see some an amendment to the Draft ST3 Plan we need you to write in and tell the Sound Transit leadership that we need a commitment to build the 130th Street Station! I am not sitting around hoping there will be a change, I am out…

Sound Transit 3 Draft Plan

  Welcome! The Sound Transit 3 draft plan is a proposal to keep our region moving in response to record-setting population growth – and resulting traffic congestion. It’s a 25-year plan that builds upon the existing and planned Sound Transit system of trains and buses across the urban areas of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties….

The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee is Seeking Candidates

We have a new transportation levy that was approved by voters last year.  If you would like to be considered for the committee that will oversee the levy you can apply.  See the announcement below. ========================================== The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee seeks candidates to apply for service on the Committee. Candidates will be selected…

Help SDOT Redesign Its Website

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is seeking input on what the public would like to see on its website when it is redesigned.  Below is their notice. Help us redesign SDOT’s website to work better for you! We know it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for on our site. With your…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study

The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study was held on Wednesday, September 30.  Approximately 200 people attended.  At this open house, City of Shoreline staff shared general information about the study and the project team introduced draft study concepts.  Open house attendees participated in an exercise which will be used to help inform the outcome. The eventual…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study Open House Wednesday, September 30, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Shoreline City Hall 17500 Midvale Ave. N. The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study will be held on Wednesday, September 30. This open house is an important opportunity for input and information. The City will present draft…

Sound Transit 3 Public Involvement Meetings

The Sound Transit Board has kicked off a public involvement campaign to decide what mass transit projects should be studied as the final candidates for a Sound Transit 3 ballot measure. Community members throughout the fast-growing Puget Sound region can engage on ST3 priorities via an online survey, a new interactive website, public meetings and social…