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Lane closure on Aurora at North 130th Street, May 30-31

Crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation will install a concrete bus pad on the west side of Aurora Avenue North just south of North 130th Street on the weekend of May 30 and 31. One right hand lane on southbound Aurora will be closed starting just before the intersection of North 130th Street and […]

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Montlake Boulevard Nighttime Lane Closures May 26

Sound Transit Construction of the University of Washington Station’s pedestrian/bicycle bridge is ongoing. In order to perform this work safely, Sound Transit’s contractor must close lanes on Montlake Boulevard the evening of May 26.  Expect traffic delays. Lane closures will be in effect Tuesday, May 26th from 7 p.m. – 5 a.m. All northbound lanes […]

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One lane of northbound SR 99 to close mid-day Wednesday between Thomas and Republican streets on May 20

Washington State Department of Transportation Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will close the right lane of northbound State Route 99 between Thomas and Republican streets from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 20. This closure was originally scheduled for Monday and is part of work to replace the Alaskan Way […]

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Partial Aurora Avenue North closure, May 15

Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities crews to inspect and repair leaks One northbound lane and one southbound lane of Aurora Avenue North, between Ward Street and Highland Drive, will be closed overnight Friday, May 15 as Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) crews inspect and repair sewer leaks. SPU crews will begin work on Friday, May […]

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Sidewalk repair coming to Roosevelt Avenue Northeast

The Seattle Department of Transportation is preparing to replace part of the sidewalk on the west side of Roosevelt between Northeast 80th and Northeast 79th streets.  The portion to be replaced is between 80th and a point approximately mid-block between 80th and 79th. SDOT crews will also replace a curb ramp. This work is scheduled […]

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Sidewalk repair coming to Roosevelt Avenue Northeast

The Seattle Department of Transportation is preparing to replace part of the sidewalk on the west side of Roosevelt between Northeast 80th and Northeast 79th streets.  The portion to be replaced is between 80th and a point approximately mid-block between 80th and 79th.  SDOT crews will also replace a curb ramp. This work is scheduled […]

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University Bridge maintenance work next week, May 12-15

The Seattle Department of Transportation will perform maintenance work on the University Bridge from May 12 to May 15, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day. Crews will first close the right-hand northbound lane and then will close the right-hand southbound lane. Bicyclists will merge with traffic on the concrete portion of the bridge […]

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Montlake Boulevard Lane Closures May 9 and 10

 Sound Transit Construction of the University of Washington Station’s pedestrian/bicycle bridge is ongoing. In order to perform this work safely, Sound Transit’s contractor must close lanes on Montlake Boulevard the weekend of May 9th. Expect traffic delays. Saturday May 9 and Sunday May 10, lane closures will be in effect from 6 a.m. – 7 […]

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Montlake Bridge repairs Saturday morning

Washington State Department of Transportation Drivers on Montlake Boulevard (State Route 513) should prepare for possible delays at the Montlake Bridge Saturday morning, May 9. Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will close the right southbound lane from 6 to 11 a.m. for deck repairs. In the Seattle area, drivers can get real-time traffic […]

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Crack sealing to start mid-May

We’re maintaining streets to prolong pavement life Now that our weather is becoming drier and warmer, the Seattle Department of Transportation is preparing to roll out crack-seal crews and equipment. If weather is warm and dry next week, crews will begin this seasonal work, applying low-tack sealant to pavement cracks to keep water from seeping […]

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