23rd Ave Corridor Project update: S Judkins St reopens this afternoon!

S Judkins St reopens this afternoon.

Thank you all for your patience! We’re making progress on the 23rd Ave Corridor Project. We plan on reopening the east and west sides of the 23rd Ave S and S Judkins St intersection this afternoon before the evening commute.

As you know, we recently put conduit in along S Judkins St. We needed to pour back the trenches and were able to do that while school was out and there was a break in the weather. There’s more work to do at this intersection so stay tuned.

But for now, you can drive across 23rd Ave S at S Judkins St.

 

Don’t forget! This is what we’re doing.

 

Local access only along 23rd Ave S potentially happening next week.

The contractor still needs to do a center lane pour between S Dearborn and S Lane streets. They would like to do it next week either on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. This to say, the pour depends on the weather so we’re keeping an eye on the forecast as it develops and will keep you updated on our plans.

 

What does this mean for you?

What this means for you is that when they pour, 23rd Ave S between S Massachusetts St and S Jackson St will be local access only. This means that people who live, work, play, or shop on or near 23rd Ave S in this stretch can continue to do so. All other through traffic will be detoured to Martin Luther King Jr Way S. If they pour, they’ll do it between the hours of 9 AM and 3 PM. See the map below for how to get around during this time. Thanks again for your patience!

For more information:

Visit: www.seattle.gov/transportation/23rd_Ave.htm
Email: 23rdAveCorridor@seattle.gov
Call the project information line: 206.727.8857

 

 

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