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Seattle Major Truck Streets Notification List

The Communications Office of SDOT will use the Major Truck Streets Listserv to send notices of traffic issues on those routes designated as Major Truck Streets in the Seattle Transportation Strategic Plan. Typical messages will announce lane closures, detours, etc. Infrequently we may use this list to send announcements relevant to SDOT transportation programs.

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Seattle Major Truck Streets Background

Keeping Seattle's Major Truck Streets available for trucks is very important to the efficient and reliable movement of trucks in Seattle. These streets are key facilities in the transportation network that sustain our economy and serve city interests including residents and businesses. The city of Seattle designates a network of Major Truck Streets to serve as primary routes for the movement of goods and services. Some state routes and highways are also designated as Major Truck Streets on the network map shown below.

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