Heads up to cyclists – closures to Ship Canal Trail and West Seattle Bridge Trail; the Spokane St Bridge is closed for a couple of hours tonight for maintenance; the Seahawks and Huskies both play at home this week; and there’s a gobble on the way!
Tuesday, November 13
Shuttle service is available during Spokane St Bridge/W Seattle Bridge Trail closure tonight, 7 – 9 PM. Pick-up and drop-off locations are: E side | 11th Ave SW and SW Spokane St; W side | SW Spokane St and Port of Seattle Terminal 5 Entrance.
Thursday, November 15
Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field: Kickoff is at 5:30 PM. Estimated attendance: 70,000.
Saturday, November 17
Washington Huskies vs. Oregon State Beavers at Husky Stadium: Kickoff at 1:30 PM. Estimated attendance: 65,000.
Sunday, November 18
Green Lake Gobble: 10K and 5K run and walk on trails around Green Lake. Event hours: 9:30 AM – 11 AM. Estimated attendance: 1,125.
Pacific Marine Expo at CenturyLink Field Event Center: Show hours: 10 AM – 5 PM. Estimated attendance: 5,000.
Construction & Maintenance.
Nov. 12 – TBD: Ship Canal Trail at 26th and 3rd is closed, as the Seattle Fire Department investigates a suspected arson, following a Nov. 10 fire. Cyclists heading west on the trail, are detoured to W Nickerson St at 13th Ave W; those headed east on trail detoured at 3rd Ave W.
November 12 – 15: 4 right lanes of NB I-5, Swift Ave S to W Seattle Bridge, closed 8 PM – 5 AM
November 13: Spokane St Bridge/W Seattle Bridge Trail closed tonight, 7 – 9 PM, to replace a power control cable.
November 15 -18: Minor Ave will be closed between Republican and Harrison streets, 24/7, for Seattle City Light work on the Denny Substation.
November 16 – 19: SB SR 99 will be closed 24/7, from Western Ave to S Spokane St, Fri 9 PM – Mon 5 AM for joint and spall repairs.
In the pipeline…
November 30 – December 3: All EB lanes of SR 520, Montlake Blvd to 92nd Ave NE (Bellevue), will be closed, Fri 11 PM – Mon 5 AM.
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There’s no way around it—getting around Seattle is going to be tricky during the SR 99 closure. Expect traffic delays and be prepared for full buses during peak travel times. Check out the travel options below that can help you get around in anticipation of the new SR 99 tunnel opening.
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