3 hours ago

  • Construction permit

    Tenant improvement to suite 706 (south/south easterly portion of suite) of existing office space, subject to field inspection

    1011 Western Ave. Issued April 18, 2018 Comment

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Seattle weekend traffic and transit: Coffee, a 10K, and I-5 work

On Saturday and Sunday, Fourth Avenue will be closed closed between University Street and Olive Way for construction. This means the 41, 150, and 550 will be rerouted off Fourth and Seneca.

    Seattle weekend traffic and transit: Coffee, a 10K, and I-5 work
    Another weekend, another whole list of things that could disrupt getting around. Some of these events might be things you're doing, too. We've combed through the alerts and advisories from both the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) and the Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to deliver transit-friendly solutions for your weekend outings.
    https://seattle.curbed.com

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Mercer on-ramp meters go on line to relieve I-5 congestion

400-499 Madison St.

    Mercer on-ramp meters go on-line to relieve I-5 congestion
    SEATTLE - On-ramp meters from Mercer Street to Interstate-5 went live on Tuesday; state and city traffic engineers hope it could have an impact on people driving in and through Seattle. Ramp meters on our freeways are not new but they are new for Mercer Street.
    http://q13fox.com

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3 days ago

Ramp meters from Mercer to I-5 begin Tuesday

400-499 Madison St.

    Ramp meters from Mercer to I-5 begin Tuesday
    SEATTLE - Your commute leaving Seattle is about to get faster - that's the goal according to the Washington State Department of Transportation. WSDOT says it has completed testing on-ramp meters onto Interstate 5 from South Lake Union and the devices are scheduled to go live during Tuesday's peak commute.
    http://q13fox.com

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Ferries slow down in hopes of saving taxpayers money

400-499 Madison St.

    Ferries slow down in hopes of saving taxpayers money
    SEATTLE -- State ferries moved a little slower this week in an effort to save the environment. And it could save the taxpayers $500,000, state officials say. The state reduced the speed of the boats on all 10 ferry routes this week, in order to comply with an executive order from Governor Jay Inslee.
    http://q13fox.com

Apr 13

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