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Community Parking Program
West Seattle Junction

Updated August 24, 2010

SDOT completed installed of the West Seattle Junction Parking Plan in early 2010, which included additional areas of time limited parking.

Project Background

SDOT’s Community Parking Program comprehensively studied parking in the West Seattle Junction (WSJ) in 2009. After a parking study was conducted in May 2009, staff worked with neighborhood stakeholders to review study findings and prepare a final parking plan. New time limit signs were installed in early 2010. Community members received a mailed version of the final plan, which can be viewed   here.

Highlights of and the parking study data are   available here . You can also view the entire parking study report   here . Maps of how full parking is on a weekday at 5am, 10am, 12pm and 2pm are available below. If you have questions on the parking project, feel free to contact us at the number or email below.

Transit Improvements Coming to West Seattle

The City of Seattle and King County Metro Transit are working together to create transit improvements for West Seattle. Metro's RapidRide bus rapid transit is scheduled to begin service in 2011. RapidRide is designed to connect communities and keep people moving quickly throughout the day in the heavily used transit corridor. These transit improvements are made possible by the Bridging the Gap  and Metro's "Transit Now" voter-approved funding measures.

Click here   for more information on   Bridging the Gap Transit Improvements.

Visit  Metro's web site   for more information on   Transit Now.

Contact Information

If you have questions or comments about the Community Parking Program, please contact Jonathan Williams of SDOT at 206.733.9026 or jonathan.williams2@seattle.gov



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