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Weigh in on Traffic Safety

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) wants to hear from you:  “In an effort to better serve our diverse communities in Seattle, SDOT often reviews their policies and programs through Seattle’s Racial Equity Toolkit.  The Racial Equity Toolkit process relies heavily on feedback from external stakeholders and community input from people like you. [Highlighted below on […]

SDOT Would like Your Input on the Restricted Parking Zone (RPZ) Program–March 31 deadline

Parking–the City would really like to hear from Fremont. Fremont had had an Residential Parking Zone (RPZ) for a number of years. The RPZ was an initiative led by residents and the FNC working collaboratively with Seattle’s Department of Transportation (SDOT) to put it in place. During the last year, FNC has heard feedback and […]

Todd Lown--preliminary design for 46th Street mural

SDOT SCHEDULES Open House for Burke Gilman Trail Missing Link EIS June 18

This just in: “SDOT will be hosting an open house for the Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Project on Thursday, June 18, at Ballard High School from 6 to 8 PM.  The open house will provide opportunities for the public to learn more about the three alternatives [for 11th Ave. NW – Ballard Locks (Missing Link)] […]

FNC Annual Meeting April 27 features Scott Kubly, Seattle’s new SDOT Director

Please join us for our Annual General Meeting Monday, April 27, 2015, 7-8:30pm at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. Scott Kubly, our special guest is Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation.  Scott is former deputy commissioner of the City of Chicago Department of Transportation and former associate director of the District of Columbia Department of […]

What Kind of Transit Will Serve Fremont? Weigh In

Sound Transit and SDOT are studying both a light rail line and a streetcar line to Ballard, and 8 different configurations are included so far. Five of the options being studied go through Fremont. If you care where our next transit investments in this part of Seattle will be made, now is the time to […]