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SODO Tragedies

I was run over in SODO last summer during a TV interview about SODO traffic and the proposal to build an NBA arena. The interview took place on the sidewalk east of 1st Avenue South near Safeco Field. As we talked, a north-bound truck sideswiped a car in the right hand lane, knocking it onto [...] Continue Reading

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Is SODO Transportation Bugging You?

If so, speak up at a community forum, Tuesday, April 16, 3:30-5 p.m. in the School Board auditorium at the Stanford Center of the Seattle Public Schools,  2445 3rd Avenue South. Or, you can fill out the survey. The input will be incorporated into a report about SODO community transportation priorities that will be submitted [...] Continue Reading

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New Du Commute

Metro passengers and drivers alike continue to have problems with the new Metro bus service. Commuters are having troubles with bus signs, bus exits, revised routes, seating capacity and even catching the bus. If you take the bus in SODO or Georgetown, continue reading for a smoother commute. Continue Reading

Mary and Michaelle at Charlie's Produce

Charlie’s Winners

The Duwamish TMA has given away 6 $50 Chevron and ORCA cards since September 4th. The first two winners were employees of Charlie’s Produce. Continue Reading


Get Aways & Kindles

Rideshare Online carpoolers are eligible for a free Kindle Fire or a three-day get away if they participate in a carpool or vanpool twice within any one-week period between Monday, August 13, and Saturday, September 15. Continue Reading

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Lander Street Overpass: A NoGo

In a meeting on June 22 with the industrial business community, Mayor Mike McGinn offered his view that he would probably not support construction of the Lander Street Overpass in north SODO, even if the city had the money to build it. Continue Reading


The Du Bus Expert

John Williams, a favorite Du operator, has been driving the bus in the Duwamish since 1991. Get some advice and meet your bus-riding driver! Continue Reading


Proposed Bus Route Changes

King County Metro is restructuring bus service come September 2012. Check out the proposed changes that effect commuters in the Duwamish. Continue Reading


Smoothing a Bumpy Road

Thanks to a program called “Grow Seattle” there’s nothing remarkable anymore about the once pothole-choked Fidalgo Street between 1st and 4th Avenues in Georgetown. Continue Reading


Why Share the Ride?

With construction projects clogging traffic throughout the Duwamish these days, carpooling can be a great option to get to work quicker and save money. Continue Reading