The NE 70th St Crossing Improvement design has been updated to remove the parking option between Roosevelt Way NE and 12th Ave NE, to compensate for the narrowness of the street. Parking still will be available on the south side of NE 70th St between Roosevelt Way NE and 8th Ave NE as shown on the previous design. Updates and information about the revisions are available online at Seattle.gov: http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/projects-and-programs/programs/neighborhood-street-fund-program/projects/ne-70th-st
A Neighborhood Transportation Forum will take place on Tuesday evening, February 28th, to introduce the NE 65th Street Vision Zero Project and discuss ideas for improving safety.
With sidewalks under construction on two streets in Wedgwood, plan ahead to avoid the work zones on NE 95th Street and on NE 83rd Street near Wedgwood School.
Wedgwood has two sidewalk construction projects in process: one on NE 95th Street and another on NE 83rd Street near Wedgwood School. Initial preparation work this week includes utility work, including relocation of the water meters of each house along the route.
On Wednesday, January 25, 2017 there will be a public meeting about the Sand Point Way Corridor Study being done by the Seattle Department of Transportation. The meeting will be at 7 PM in the Officers Club of Building 30 at Magnuson Park.
Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, and I am out of my food coma, I can reflect upon our WCC meeting and share what the take away’s were. On Tuesday November 22nd, the OneLife Community Church at 3524 NE 95th Street, played host to the WCC monthly meeting. We had Caylen Beaty, from SDOT attend our meeting and provide us with a 10-15 minute presentation regarding the North Paving projects for 2018. We also had Pamela Bowe, from the Meadowbrook Community Council, speak to us regarding neighborhood HUBS and emergency preparedness. During Caylens presentation she explained what factors are going Read More …
As of November 7, 2016, new speed limits are in effect on City of Seattle streets.
You can get free “slow down” signs to put in your yard, on the parking strip or in a traffic circle to remind drivers to SLOW DOWN on residential streets.
The Montlake Bridge will be closed to traffic this weekend, beginning on Saturday morning, September 24th, at 5 AM. Boat traffic requiring the raising of the bridge, will be restricted to a few times during the weekend.
UPDATE: The proposal was approved at City Council. A speed-limit reduction proposal was approved in committee and will advance to presentation at the full Seattle City Council on Monday, September 23rd, at 2 PM.