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Around-the-clock lane closures on SR 99/Aurora Avenue North begin next week

Washington State Department of Transportation From South King County Transportation News If you drive or ride the bus on State Route 99/Aurora Avenue North near Lake Union, you may want to factor in some extra time for your commute starting next week. By 6 a.m. Wednesday, March 11, one lane in each direction of SR […]

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Mercer Corridor Project: Full closure of Dexter Avenue N, March 13-14

The Seattle Department of Transportation advises travelers of the following work within the corridor: While Dexter Avenue North continues to be fully closed for one block south of Mercer Street on Monday through Thursday nights this month as previously announced, it will also be closed for three blocks to the north and one block to […]

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Events Traffic Advisory for Wednesday, Mar. 4 – Sunday, Mar. 8

SDOT advises travelers to be aware of events happening around the city through the weekend. The PAC-12 Women’s Basketball tournament runs Thursday through Sunday at KeyArena. There are Seattle Opera performances on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at McCaw Hall. The Sounders have their season opener on Sunday night at Centurylink with kickoff at 6:30 p.m. […]

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Major construction coming to 23rd Avenue in April; open house on March 5

Seattle’s Central Area will soon enjoy a newly designed 23rd Avenue through the heart of the neighborhood. Starting in April, the Seattle Department of Transportation will begin work on the first phase of this project, between East John and South Jackson streets, to improve safety and mobility for people who drive, walk, ride bikes and […]

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Bus lane to be extended on Fourth Avenue South

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. […]

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Repairs complete – South Park Bridge operations back to normal

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 […]

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Full nighttime closure of Dexter Avenue N begins Feb. 25; Daytime lane restrictions on southbound Dexter Avenue N; upcoming Mercer Street night work

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 […]

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Weekend detours coming for I-90 drivers heading across Lake Washington

Washington State Deparment of Transportation and Sound Transit                                                                                                            Project to add HOV lanes, ready I-90 for light rail kicks off construction This weekend, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation and Sound Transit will begin work on the final stage of a project to add carpool lanes to the outer roadways of […]

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South Park Bridge repairs now underway – no significant traffic delays expected

King County Department of Transportation, Road Services Division Repairs to a transmission pump that caused the South Park Bridge to close for several hours Saturday are now being completed by the bridge contractor. Upon closer inspection, engineers determined that repairs can be made locally. Once repairs are complete, the pump will be reconnected to the […]

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Events Traffic Advisory for Tuesday, February 24 – Sunday, March 1

SDOT is advising travelers to be aware of events happening around the city through the weekend. The most significant event impact on traffic will be lane closures of Aurora Avenue N/SR-99 early Sunday morning for two runs that start and finish at the Seattle Center. There is a lecture at Benaroya Hall on Tuesday; and […]

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