Night Work Update & Temporary Bus Stop Additions
Upcoming Intermittent Night Work
Temporary, intermittent night work will occur in the following areas through the end of the year.
Night work hours are typically between 7:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. This work accommodates the
installation of a sewer bypass and dewatering system needed for the Ninth Avenue N sewer
replacement and associated roadway work.
• Mercer Street: Nighttime closures of two to three lanes of Mercer Street between Dexter
Avenue N and Fairview Avenue N. No more than one lane of Mercer will be closed prior to 9:00 p.m.
• Broad Street: Nighttime intermittent restrictions of westbound Broad Street to single lane
near Ninth Avenue N.
• Terry Avenue N: Nighttime closures of Terry Avenue N between Mercer Street and Valley
• Westlake Avenue N: Nighttime restrictions of Westlake Ave. N to one lane in each
direction in areas between Aloha Street and Mercer Street.
Additional Temporary Bus Stops As of Today, December 6
In response to customer requests to replace bus stops that were temporarily closed due to the
Mercer Corridor Project, SDOT and King County Metro have worked together to locate new
temporary bus stops in the project area. Please visit Metro Online at www.kingcounty.gov/metro
and check the “Alerts Center” for full details on these route changes.
• New southbound temporary stop on westbound Aloha Street near Eighth Avenue N.
• New northbound temporary stop on Westlake Ave. N between Mercer Street and Valley
Street. This is a joint stop with the Route 17.
• New southbound temporary stop on westbound Broad Street between Westlake Avenue
N and Ninth Avenue N.
Contacts and Information
If you have comments or questions about the Mercer Corridor Project, please contact us at:
Project and Construction Information
24-hour Construction Hotline: (206) 419-5818
For more information about project purpose, benefits, and other information, visit our website at
Angela Brady, PE, PMP
Mercer Corridor Project Manager
Communications Contact: Peg Nielsen, 206.684.8114