Kent Roadside Towing

Services - 24 Hour Roadside Assistance in Kent, Washington and surrounding areas. Jumpstarts Did you leave a light on in your car? 24 hours a day we can help. Tire Changes Please let us know if you have a special need for your vehicle. i.e. lowered/raised vehicle, locking wheels, ground effects kits Vehicle Lockout We have all been here before. Yes we will unlock your car. Once open, for security reasons, we will need to see the vehicle registration and photo identification. Unwanted/Junk Cars FREE towing for unwanted junk vehicles. Off Roadway Recovery Should you find yourself stuck somewhere you...

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New Capital Project Dashboard Increases Transparency

New Capital Project Dashboard Increases Transparency SDOT site provides easily accessible information on projects' costs, schedules and status SEATTLE – The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has reached another milestone toward increased transparency on the work the city is doing to keep goods and people moving. Now there is a new website, the Capital Project Dashboard, which provides key project status information on current large transportation projects, such as estimated cost and spending, whether the project is in design or construction, if it is on schedule and within the budget, and its expected completion date. "Seattle is committed to openness...

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Seattle plans for traffic during visit of Chinese delegation

Seattle plans for traffic during visit of Chinese delegation SEATTLE - The City of Seattle is working with local and federal agencies to manage traffic on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week during the visit of a large Chinese delegation. Seattle officials are working to support U.S. Secret Service efforts to provide security. “Seattle is honored to host President Xi and his delegation during his visit to the United States,” said Mayor Ed Murray. “With an international visit of this stature and the accompanying federal security requirements, we want all travelers to be advised of the impacts to business...

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Summer Parkways coming to Ballard on Saturday

Summer Parkways coming to Ballard on Saturday More than seven miles of streets designated for playing, bicycling, walking SEATTLE—Ballard residents will take to the streets this Saturday for Seattle Summer Parkways, an all-ages event that will open the city's largest public space — city streets—for friends, family and neighbors to have fun and celebrate the spirit & personality of their community. The seven-mile circular route on non-arterial Ballard streets will be closed to through traffic and available for everyone to bike, skate, walk, run, and play, car-free and care-free. Neighborhood parks along the way will be full of live music...

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Move Seattle begins with Beacon Hill paved trail for students

Move Seattle begins with Beacon Hill paved trail for students SDOT breaks ground on first of 2016’s Safe Routes to School projects SEATTLE - Thanks to voter-approved funds provided by the Move Seattle levy, today the City of Seattle began construction on its first 2016 Safe Routes to School project at Mercer Middle School. “Thanks to Seattle voters’ approval of Move Seattle, we will make major investments to maintain our roads and bridges, make our streets safer, and give people new options to move around and through Seattle,” said Mayor Ed Murray. “Our Move Seattle investments begin right here, with...

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Newsstand Maintenance and Construction Use Website Launches

Newsstand Maintenance and Construction Use Website Launches One-stop portal for community and contractors to connect with newsstand owners SEATTLE – The City of Seattle has partnered with multiple newspaper publishers and distributors to launch a one-stop newsstand maintenance and construction use reporting site. Seattlenewsstands.org lets community members report newsstand maintenance needs directly to a newsstand owner, and it helps to coordinate and track temporary construction relocation requests. "SeattleNewsstands.org will help residents report newsbox concerns and connect contractors with newsbox owners," said SDOT Director Scott Kubly. "This collaborative effort with area publishers aids in keeping sidewalks open and vibrant."    The site...

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Center City Connector streetcar recommended for $75 million grant

Center City Connector streetcar recommended for $75 million grant SEATTLE - Today the City of Seattle’s Center City Connector Streetcar Project was recommended for a $75 million grant in President Obama’s 2017 Budget. The project would link the existing South Lake Union and First Hill Streetcar lines, creating a system that would connect over a dozen Seattle neighborhoods in Seattle’s Center City. If approved by Congress, this $75 million grant would be one of the largest federal grants the City has received for a transportation project in recent history. “Seattle thanks President Obama and our Congressional delegation for the incredible...

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SDOT and AARP Seattle Partner to Achieve Vision Zero

SDOT and AARP Seattle Partner to Achieve Vision Zero Partnership encourages safe travel behaviors through PSA campaign SEATTLE – The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) and AARP Seattle are launching a new public service campaign that highlights safety tips for people driving and walking. The campaign is part of Seattle's Vision Zero plan to end traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030. Video, online, and radio announcements will run throughout September on KOMO 4 TV, Univision Seattle, KOMO News Radio, KVI Talk Radio and KOMOnews.com. The campaign's timing coincides with the historic trend of collisions increasing during the darker and...

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City Of Seattle Partners with Lyft to Eliminate Impairment-Related Road Fatalities

City Of Seattle Partners with Lyft to Eliminate Impairment-Related Road Fatalities SEATTLE – The City of Seattle is partnering with rideshare company Lyft to provide ride vouchers to bars throughout selected Seattle neighborhoods to make sure people get a safe ride home as 2016 kicks off, and throughout the new year. This first of its kind partnership in Seattle will begin on December 30 to encourage people to use safe travel options if they plan to drink. The collaboration is part of Seattle's Vision Zero plan to end traffic deaths and serious injuries on city streets by 2030. While Seattle's...

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Seattle Freight Advisory Board seeks new members

Seattle Freight Advisory Board seeks new members SEATTLE—The City of Seattle is seeking applications from persons interested in serving on the Seattle Freight Advisory Board (SFAB).  The volunteer board, which was created by the Seattle City Council in 2010, advises the Mayor, City Council and City departments on the development of a functional and efficient freight system, and on all matters related to freight and the impact that actions by the City may have on the freight environment.  In addition, the board is playing an important role in the development of Seattle's Freight Master Plan. Board terms are two years,...

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