SDOT uses Twitter to convey information rapidly to the traveling public. It allows the department to send important transportation focused “tweets” to subscribers via computers and mobile devices, putting information in residents’ hands quickly. To learn more about SDOT’s Twitter feed and to subscribe to it, please click on the link below.
- Get traffic alerts and more from our TMC via seattleDOT
SDOT on Facebook
SDOT uses Facebook to keep the public up to date on important community issues. By visiting and befriending an SDOT Facebook page, you will know about the latest transportation developments and will receive notice of announcements, meeting schedules and community discussions. To visit SDOT’s current Facebook pages, please click on the links below.
- On the Move - get information about traffic and events in Seattle.
- SDOTBlog - ask us a question, read about current projects, learn about SDOT
SDOT is constantly updating its web pages for ongoing transportation projects with new information. Save yourself time by subscribing to Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds that bring that information directly to you. By doing so, you can have all the latest project information delivered automatically to an RSS reader on your internet linked mobile device or computer. Click on the links below to visit and subscribe to SDOT’s current RSS enabled pages.