Seattle delivers on street resurfacing projects after pandemic delay

With all eyes on the West Seattle Bridge and the Alaskan Way projects, Seattle has quietly been doing all the little, necessary things to keep the city moving.

The Seattle Department of Transportation has been slurry-sealing roads across the city and fixing thousands of potholes. This isn’t the sexy work, but it’s the necessary work.

“Whether you’re taking transit, you’re walking, you’re biking, or you’re rolling on our streets, we’re trying to make them safe for you to travel to wherever you need to go,” SDOT’s Miriam Ali said.

There’s nothing more personal to a neighborhood than whether or not its streets are in good shape. Regularly hitting that

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