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LEVY DOLLARS AT WORK | Northgate Pedestrian and Bicycle bridge spans arrived this weekend, and we’re bringing you along for the final phase of construction!

Summary By fall 2021, you will be able to walk, roll and bike safely above I-5 using the Northgate Ped/Bike Bridge thanks to your investment through the Levy to Move Seattle. This project shows how powerful regional partnerships, foresight, and community-informed design are coming together to create a more equitable, resilient,… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory | I-5 Express Lane closure this weekend as Northgate Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge spans arrive

The I-5 Express Lanes will be closed all weekend to facilitate this delivery and construction across I-5. The express lanes are closing early (at 9:00 pm) on Friday, February 26 and will remain closed all day Saturday and Sunday. They will reopen Monday, March 1, at the usual time. By fall 2021, you will… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory | Weekend closure of S Columbian Way between S Snoqualmie St & S Oregon St

Thanks to your Levy to Move Seattle tax dollars and our Safe Routes to School program, construction has started on 15th Ave S to increase safety for people traveling along this important connection between Beacon Hill and Rainier Valley! A small section of S Columbian Way will be closed the next two weekends. The closure is just south of the intersection… [ Keep reading ]

West Seattle community representatives advocate for more vehicle access to the Spokane Street Swing Bridge, helping SDOT to make tough decisions

There has been some confusion lately about how decisions are made regarding lower bridge access, and we want to help clear that up. We knew that in order to ensure quick emergency response in West Seattle we had to limit the number of cars that could travel on the low… [ Keep reading ]

Travel Advisory | Work on West Marginal Way starting this weekend; Lane reduction near railroad tracks at SW Idaho St

What, When, and Where Starting this weekend, Saturday, February 20 and Sunday, February 21 from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. our crews will be repairing pavement at abandoned railroad tracks on West Marginal Way. This work may continue the two following weekends, February 27-28, and March 6-7. This work is weather-dependent. The railroad tracks are located about 1 mile south of the… [ Keep reading ]

TODAY, February 18: Virtual Open House for West Marginal Way SW Improvements

Virtual Open House Details We would like to hear your thoughts on the proposed improvements for West Marginal Way SW ahead of design and installation in mid-2021.  To learn more and share your thoughts, please join us at our Virtual Open House TODAY, Thursday, February 18 from 6 – 7:30 PM.  Use… [ Keep reading ]

West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force Meeting #16

Last Thursday, we held the 16th West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force (CTF) Meeting. You can watch the meeting in full by clicking the below link:  West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force Meeting #16  In the meeting, we discussed: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Phase II Rehabilitation Spokane St Swing Bridge (low bridge) projects… [ Keep reading ]

We really don’t want you to get a ticket! Please don’t go low to help keep the Spokane St Swing Bridge clear for emergency vehicles, freight, & transit.

Summary We’re all in this together, and we know it’s inconvenient to not be able to use the low bridge right now. At the same time, we don’t want you to get a ticket! Please be aware that if you are not authorized to use the low bridge, you will receive… [ Keep reading ]

Take a Virtual Walking Tour of West Marginal Way SW and Join our Upcoming Virtual Open House on February 18

Summary Improvements and changes are planned for West Marginal Way SW. These include an interim pedestrian signal and painted crosswalk at the Duwamish Longhouse, and a new pedestrian pathway on the west side of West Marginal Way SW between the Duwamish Longhouse and SW Idaho St. Go on our Virtual Walking Tour with our… [ Keep reading ]

Hard at work. Though you may not see our crews on the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge, we’re planning for phase 2 rehabilitation.

Summary  Crews have spent the past 8 months completing phase 1 of our West Seattle High-Rise Bridge (high bridge) stabilization efforts. Now, we’re busy planning for what’s next on the high bridge.   Our intelligent monitoring system is helping us understand how the high bridge is responding to stabilization measures, and guiding our design for phase 2 rehabilitation.  We’re already working to bring a contractor on board to take phase 2 of the bridge… [ Keep reading ]