Dr. Jose Rizal Bridge

Dr. Jose Rizal Bridge at night

Dedicated in memory of Dr. Jose Rizal the 420-foot-long Bridge is one of Seattle’s original steel bridges. Over the next several months the bridge will undergo rehabilitation repairs. The project will include repairs to the bridge deck, sidewalks and girders, and replacement of expansion joints. To accommodate the work, traffic on the bridge is being reduced to one lane in each direction and a sidewalk on one side of the bridge at a time will be closed. Access for pedestrians and bicycles will be maintained on the opposite side.

Dr. Jose Rizal during the daytime

Close up of steel at the Dr. Jose Rizal Bridge

Motorists are kindly asked to slow down and use caution when passing the work zone and expect some congestion due to reduced lanes.