Exciting Progress: Lidding I-5 is Technically Feasible

Feasibility Study Update Friend, At the feasibility meeting on August 22, we heard good news: It’s technically (structurally) feasible to span I-5 and build lids to support a variety of uses, from parks to large buildings. This is still a draft stage of the analysis based on planning assumptions, but this is an important finding … More Exciting Progress: Lidding I-5 is Technically Feasible

Here’s What City Council Candidates Think About Lidding I-5

District 3 Support for Lid I-5 Friend, We’re excited to share that all candidates for City Council District 3 support the Lid I-5 initiative. Below are their answers to the question, “How would you support lidding I-5?”, courtesy of the Capitol Hill Seattle Blog candidate questionnaire. The Lid I-5 team does not endorse candidates, but … More Here’s What City Council Candidates Think About Lidding I-5

Join us at upcoming events! Freeway Park June 15, Open House July 17

Tomorrow: Feasibility Study Committee On Tuesday the OPCD Lid Feasibility Study Committee meets for the second time. The public is welcome, and comments are taken toward the end of the meeting. We’ll hear an update on the consultant team’s progress and work plan, help establish guiding principles, and discuss assumptions moving forward. Tuesday, June 11 … More Join us at upcoming events! Freeway Park June 15, Open House July 17

Feasibility Study Consultant Team Awarded!

Feasibility Study Consultant Team Awarded Last week the Seattle Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) selected a consultant team for the I-5 lid feasibility study. This is a momentous occasion in Seattle history. A half-century of freeway noise and pollution, enormous urban growth, shrinking public land supply, and years of community work by the … More Feasibility Study Consultant Team Awarded!