While I-5 is reviving, so should you.
Does anyone else need to recover from the 4th of July holiday?🙋🏾♂️🙋🏽♀️🙋🏻♂️🙋🏼♀️🙋🏽♂️While I-5 is reviving, here’s an idea…you should take time to revive you and yours!
In case you missed it in our early week edition of What’s Moving Seattle, we announced the next big #ReviveI5 (NB I-5) closure starting this Friday from 8 PM through Monday 5 AM. All NB I-5 lanes from W Seattle Bridge off-ramp to Seneca St will be closed. It happened once already, and Seattle…you were #totallybrilliant!
Staycate with some in-town activities.
Visit for the day or whole weekend!
Join this Saturday or Sunday:
- The Seattle to Portland Bike Ride (Saturday)
- The Queen Anne Helping Fun Run (Saturday)
- The Swedish Summer Run & Walk (Sunday)
Open your mind up to options. Accept and embrace the closure!😉 Join the revival, and bring snacks…we did more than just survive June 1-4. Seattle, you were resilient!
If you have to travel north or south, use transit, walk, or bike your way around to reduce congestion stress! If your bus gets stuck in congestion – be prepared. Have your favorite music, a good book, smartphone game, or a tablet to work on. And if you’re driving, click the alternate routes map to the right, for suggested pathways.
Psych yourself up for delays, and zen out…. knowing that this is the last full Revive I-5 closure of the summer….the final project weekend, Aug. 10-12, is a mere partial NB I-5 reduction. Just a piker.