SDOT releases snow priority route map

Ever wonder why SDOT plows some streets during a snow storm and not others? Each year, the city releases a map detailing which streets will get level one priority (achieve bare and wet pavement on all lanes), level two priority (achieve bare and wet pavement on one lane in each direction), and level three (curves, hills and stopping zones treated). The […]

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New curbs coming to 28th Ave NW

The city is installing curbs along 28th Ave NW after requests from neighbors. Starting either Friday, July 23rd or Monday, July 26th, Seattle Department of Transportation crews will begin adding curbs on both sides of 28th Ave between NW 56th and 57th and one-half block just south of NW 56th on the east side of […]

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Ballard Bridge inspected after small quake

1:15pm update: Crews have finished their inspections and found no damage. Original report: You probably didn’t feel the 3.4 quake near Duvall around 5:20 this morning, but that small shaker has crews out inspecting the Ballard Bridge and the Magnolia Bridge.  SDOT calls those bridges “indicator posts” that show if further inspections need to be done across […]

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