Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities will be repairing the sewer line on 1st Ave S, near the intersection with S Royal Brougham Way. Preparation work will begin on March 5. Contractor crews plan to work from March 9 to March 18, with street restoration occurring between March 19 and April 4. Work hours are […]
Posted: March 3rd, 2015 under Greater Downtown, Greater Duwamish, Pedestrians, SODO, Traffic Advisories.
Today a contractor working for the Seattle Department of Transportation began working on improvements along Delridge Way Southwest between Southwest Andover Street and the West Seattle Bridge Trail. This project will improve safety for all roadway users as well as for pedestrians and bicyclists using the trail. Crews are beginning work at the intersection of […]
Posted: March 2nd, 2015 under Southwest Seattle, Traffic Advisories, Transit.
This weekend the Seattle Department of Transportation will extend the northbound Business and Access Only lane (BAT lane) on Fourth Avenue South to reach further south, from South Weller Street to South Royal Brougham Way. SDOT is doing this work in coordination with Metro Transit, Sound Transit and Community Transit to help keep buses moving. […]
Posted: February 27th, 2015 under Greater Downtown, Greater Duwamish, SODO, Traffic Advisories, Transit, Trucks.
From Seattle Public Utilities: Emergency water line and sewer repair work could take several days. The right-hand westbound lane of Mercer Street, between 3rd Ave. N. and 4th Ave. N. will be closed for at least several days while Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) crews make emergency water line and sewer repairs. More information will be […]
Posted: February 27th, 2015 under Commute, Greater Downtown, Queen Anne/Magnolia, Traffic Advisories.
Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities is continuing sewer improvements along SW Orchard Street between Delridge Way SW and Dumar Way SW. Excavation and installation work is underway and will take several months to complete. Work will occur from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. on weekdays and from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday […]
Posted: February 26th, 2015 under Southwest Seattle, Traffic Advisories.
King County Department of Transportation Pump repairs have been completed and the South Park Bridge on 14th/16th Avenue South has resumed normal operations. The bridge closed for several hours Saturday after the transmission pump malfunctioned. The pump has now been repaired, reinstalled and fully tested by the contractor. Engineers were able to perform the work […]
Posted: February 25th, 2015 under Greater Duwamish, Mariners (marine vessels), Southwest Seattle, Traffic Advisories, Trucks.
Paving crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation plan to resurface West Dravus Street between 15th Avenue West and 14th Avenue West on Monday, March 2, weather permitting. Dravus will remain open to westbound traffic. Eastbound traffic will be detoured to West Nickerson Street and then to Third Avenue West. Work hours will be 9 […]
Posted: February 25th, 2015 under Queen Anne/Magnolia, Traffic Advisories.
A contractor working for the Seattle Department of Transportation began work today on Phase 1 of the Central Area Neighborhood Greenway. The contractor expects to complete this phase of the project by spring, enabling Central Area residents of all ages and abilities to enjoy a calmer and safer route to walk and ride bikes. This […]
Posted: February 25th, 2015 under Bicycles, East and Central Seattle, Pedestrians, Traffic Advisories, Uncategorized.
SDOT is advising travelers of the following work within the corridor: Nighttime full closure of Dexter Avenue N begins Wednesday, Feb. 25 Beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 25 and continuing through March 5, crews will begin night-time closures on Dexter Avenue N between Republican and Mercer streets for electrical work. Closures will run from 9 p.m. to […]
Posted: February 24th, 2015 under Bicycles, Commute, General, Greater Downtown, Parking, Pedestrians, Queen Anne/Magnolia, Traffic Advisories, Transit, Trucks.
Seattle Public Utilities Park will remain open during construction of 2.65 million gallon storage tank Seattle Public Utilities will start construction this week within Seward Park to build an underground combined sewer storage tank. The 2.65 million gallon tank will reduce the amount of untreated sewage and stormwater that overflows into Lake Washington during heavy […]
Posted: February 23rd, 2015 under Parking, Southeast Seattle, Traffic Advisories.