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Wallingford and University District residents are concerned about their narrow sidewalks. Photo by KJ Hiramoto
Wallingford and University District residents are concerned about their narrow sidewalks. Photo by KJ Hiramoto
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Friday, July 17, 2015 10:38 AM

With the goal to eliminate serious and fatal crashes and reduce the risk of people being injured through failing infrastructure, the Seattle Department of Transportation proposed a $930 million investment over the next 10 years as part of the Transportation Levy to Move Seattle.

  • Drivers who use the Interstate 5 Ship Canal Bridge should prepare for possible delays in the express lanes through Thursday, Aug. 6, and the mainline this weekend, Aug. 8 and 9.

     
  • Moving North Seattle

    With the goal to eliminate serious and fatal crashes and reduce the risk of people being injured through failing infrastructure, the Seattle Department of Transportation proposed a $930 million investment over the next 10 years as part of the Transportation Levy to Move Seattle.

     
  • A CITY ON A HILL | Of digital commerce and 'analog' animation
    Summer 1995 was a time when the whole World Wide Web thang was new and full of possibilities. Amid all this hype, many dot-com startups began. Many of those ventures burned out in one to five years. 
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation is hosting a public design meeting for the new Lake City Skatespot at Virgil Flaim Park on Monday, July 13, from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. at the Lake City Library
  • King County Metro Transit bus routes will operate with a Sunday schedule on Friday, July 3, in observation of Independence Day and operate Saturday service levels on Saturday, July 4.  
  • Drivers should plan ahead for the weekend’s closure of state Route 520. 
  • Drivers who use westbound state Route 522/Lake City Way Northeast to access southbound Interstate 5 should plan ahead for closures and detours Friday night through Saturday morning.  
  • Drivers on southbound Interstate 5 should prepare for possible delays overnight heading into Downtown Seattle.  
  • Lawmakers: Affordable housing only part of solution for homeless seniors
    The elderly population among the homeless has continued to grow in the last decade primarily due to a lack of affordable housing, according to state Rep. Ross Hunter (D-48th District), chair of the House Appropriations Committee. 
  • Several local chamber groups will present their annual Picnic in the Park candidates forum on Wednesday, June 17, in Gas Works Park. 
  • Woodland Park Zoo Society president and CEO Deborah Jensen has resigned, effective at the end of July. 
  • Drivers heading into Downtown Seattle on Interstate 5 and state Route 99 should prepare for possible delays on the mornings of Saturday, June 6, and Sunday June 7.  
  • The three contenders for Seattle’s District 6 City Council seat will answer questions at a candidates forum on Saturday, June 6, at the Phinney Neighborhood Center
  • Drivers should prepare for a weekend eastbound SR 520 bridge closure beginning Friday, June 5, and a full bridge closure the weekend of June 26. 
  • The Maple Leaf Community Council is sponsoring a Seattle City Council candidates forum tonight (June 3), from 7 to 9 p.m., at Olympic View Elementary School. 
  • Hundreds of veterans, their families and the public will gather for Evergreen-Washelli’s 89th-annual Memorial Day service on Monday, May 25. 
  • Seattle Department of Transportation crews will replace a sidewalk on the west side of Aurora Avenue North between Comstock and Galer streets from Tuesday, May 26, to June 5. 
  • One lane of northbound state Route 99 is closing for a few hours midday between Thomas and Republican streets.  
  • All lanes of eastbound state Route 520 will close overnight on Monday, May 18, between Montlake Boulevard and the highway on-ramp from Lake Washington Boulevard. 
  • Micro-community policing taps social media for a friend

    Lauri Stevens tells a well-worn joke among her fellow social media advocates in the law enforcement community: that decision-makers are less afraid to give police officers guns and Tasers than to let them on Twitter.

     
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