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The View From Above

Last week we updated you on the construction progress of the South Spokane Street Viaduct Fourth Avenue S ramp. Now we have a few more pictures of the work in progress, with a pretty good view of the structure. This is just a portion of a project that is part of SDOT’s efforts to improve access, reduce traffic delays, enhance freight mobility, and improve safety in the area. Things are going successfully and according to schedule. The ramp is expected to be opened this fall.

You can learn more about the South Spokane Street Project here. Information on upcoming closures and detours is available there as well.

Crews pouring concrete for the new 4th Ave S off ramp

Crews working on post tensioning

3 Responses to “The View From Above”

  1. [...] news RIGHT NOW to share: work to build the new 4th Avenue off-ramp is showing great results.  The cool pictures say more than alphanumeric characters ever [...]

  2. [...] The old sharp-turn ramp had to come down for crews to begin work to widen the South Spokane Street Viaduct that leads to the West Seattle Bridge. The upper Spokane roadway will nearly double in width to the north. Meanwhile, the new 4th Avenue off-ramp is expected to open this fall. [...]

  3. [...] the new 4th Avenue Off-ramp construction on schedule to open this fall, the long-awaited Spokane Street Viaduct Widening project is now breaking ground.  The $168 [...]

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