Join the 33rd Ave W Pedestrian & Bike Bridge project for a drop-in session on Sept. 23!

You’re invited to a 33rd Ave W Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge Project online event on September 23!

Join us at the online drop-in session to:  

  • Learn about the project
  • Get your questions answered
  • Provide feedback  
  • Engage with project staff 

DATE: Wednesday, September 23, 2020  

TIME: 12 to 1 PM 

LINK TO JOIN: Click this link to join. This link will direct you to a Microsoft Teams live event.

For more details about our online event and to sign up for project updates, visit our webpage. To request an interpreter or accessibility accommodations, please contact 206-256-5458 by September 16. 

We hope you can join us! 


Project overview:

We’re evaluating options to rehabilitate or replace the 33rd Ave W Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge in Magnolia. While still safe to use, the bridge is showing signs of deterioration and is near the end of its useful life.  There are no plans to remove the bridge. 

This timber bridge crosses an active railroad corridor, connecting people walking and biking to Commodore Park and the Ballard Locks area. Linking Magnolia to Ballard and the Burke-Gilman Trail, it’s an important part of Seattle’s biking and walking network.  

What’s next? 

We’re currently in the early design phase and are working toward the first milestone (30% design) in late 2020. Over the next several months, we’ll evaluate conceptual design alternatives for the bridge’s rehabilitation or replacement. 

If you have questions, please email us 33rdAveWBridge@seattle.gov or call us at 206-256-5458.