SDOT advises travelers that the Seattle Women’s March 2.0 on Saturday morning is expected to have significant traffic impacts. People should plan ahead and expect delays travelling in and around the city. At least 40,000 people are expected to participate.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, January 20, travelers can expect:
- Significant delays in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and throughout downtown Seattle. Participants will gather at Cal Anderson Park at E Pine St and 11th Ave.
- Seattle Police will escort the march, scheduled to leave Cal Anderson Park at 11:45 a.m., to Seattle Center.
- Street closures for march route: south on 11th Ave, west on E Pine St, north on 4th Ave, east on Cedar St, continue onto 5th Ave N, west on Harrison St to enter Seattle Center campus (see map below).
For people attending the march, here are some transportation options:
King County Metro: Plan your trip by taking Transit to Capitol Hill or downtown Seattle.
Sound Transit Link Light Rail: Ride congestion-free from Angle Lake or University of Washington station to Capitol Hill or downtown Seattle.