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Weekly Update: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Stabilization

Every Monday, we’re posting a blog to keep you informed about our progress to stabilize the bridge, our efforts to address traffic and mobility, and other items related to the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge closure. In this week’s update: High-Rise Bridge Stabilization Update Cost-Benefit Analysis to Inform Repair-or-Replace Decision Low… [ Keep reading ]

We’re installing signs around the West Seattle Low Bridge starting Oct. 24 to let everyone know bridge access will be monitored with automated (photo) enforcement starting in January 2021.

IMPORTANT NOTE An earlier version of this blog post noted that warnings would begin as early as December 1, 2020 and monetary violations will begin as early as January 1, 2021. We have updated this blog to reflect that the automated enforcement system will be activated in early January and will… [ Keep reading ]

We’ve completed a cost-benefit analysis to support and inform the repair or replacement paths forward for the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge.

Summary As part of our steadfast commitment to clear communication and transparency, we’re excited to share the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) and its appendices with you. The West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force will meet Wednesday, October 21 at 12 PM to review and discuss the CBA. You… [ Keep reading ]

Weekly Update: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Stabilization

Every Monday, we’re posting a blog to keep you informed about our progress to stabilize the bridge, our efforts to address traffic and mobility, and other items related to the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge closure. In this week’s update: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge stabilization update West Seattle Bridge Community Task… [ Keep reading ]

The West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force has met twice recently – once with Mayor Durkan – as we get closer to a decision to repair or replace the bridge.

Watch the 10th West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force Meeting on YouTube. (This week’s meeting will be available soon!) Summary At our 10th West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force meeting last week, Mayor Durkan continued to express how important it is for her to prioritize equity, protect lives and preserve public safety. During the Q&A… [ Keep reading ]

Weekly Update: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Stabilization

Every Monday, we’re posting a blog to keep you informed about our progress to stabilize the bridge, our efforts to address traffic and mobility, and other items related to the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge closure. In this week’s update: High-Rise Bridge Stabilization Update Paving at West Marginal Way SW and… [ Keep reading ]

Weekly Update: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Stabilization

Every Monday, we’re posting a blog to keep you informed about our progress to stabilize the bridge, our efforts to address traffic and mobility, and other items related to the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge closure. In this week’s update: High-Rise Bridge Stabilization Update Progress on projects over the weekend This… [ Keep reading ]

Weekly Update: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Stabilization

Last week, we shared our first weekly update about the work we’re doing on the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge. You can expect an update every week. Our goal is to keep you informed of our sustained progress to stabilize the bridge, efforts to address traffic, and other updates related to the… [ Keep reading ]

Weekly Update: West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Stabilization

Since the closure of the High-Rise Bridge, we’ve worked to simultaneously advance all efforts needed to expeditiously pursue both a repair or replace scenario. By advancing both pathways at once, not a moment has been lost while the careful and thorough assessment is done to understand which avenue – repair or replace –… [ Keep reading ]

Since March, we’ve implemented 175 changes to support communities affected by the West Seattle Bridge closure

During the closure, we’re working to keep people moving, lessen the impacts to the best of our ability, and preserve/enhance public safety. We know that no level of traffic mitigation can overcome the 100,000+ travelers displaced across West Seattle, Duwamish Valley, and Seattle as a whole by the closure of the… [ Keep reading ]