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SODO NEWS

- Tour the SODO Track Event

The SODO Track is gaining speed! Muralists from all over the world are descending on this 2 mile stretch of 5th Avenue South, working to transform it into an art experience like no other. Come see the artists in action – we promise you, you’ve never seen painting quite like this! Project partners from 4Culture and Urban ArtWorks will also be on hand to share more about the SODO Track and where the project is headed. This tour is More

The SODO Track is gaining speed! Muralists from all over the world are descending on this 2 mile stretch of 5th Avenue South, working toMore

- SODO Employee Transportation Needs: Metro Community Connections Survey

King County Metro, the City of Seattle and the SODO BIA are gathering information from people who work in Seattle’s SODO area. The way we get around is changing. New technology and ideas are creating opportunities to develop customized transportation solutions to go along with traditional, fixed-route bus service. This survey aims to find solutions to improve mobility options for people traveling to, from, and around SODO. This survey will help us understand the travel needs of people who work More

King County Metro, the City of Seattle and the SODO BIA are gathering information from people who work in Seattle’s SODO area. The way weMore

- Seattleites aghast at thousands of used drug needles littering parks, streets

By Suzanne Phan, Thursday, June 15th 2017 SEATTLE – The city of Seattle says it’s collected nearly 11,000 used syringes since February – in just four months. But, the city knows there are a whole lot more out there and people don’t know what to do with them. “I felt really disappointed that I found another needle,” said Christina Klein. It’s the second time Klein has come across a discarded drug needle in Queen Anne. More

By Suzanne Phan, Thursday, June 15th 2017 SEATTLE – The city of Seattle says it’s collected nearly 11,000 used syringes since February – in justMore