Nighttime Traffic Restrictions on 4th Ave S between Holgate St and Royal Brougham Way, October 16-19

SEATTLE – The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) advises travelers of traffic revisions on 4th Ave S between Holgate St and S Royal Brougham Way for paving. This work is weather-dependent and subject to change.

From 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Monday, October 16, travelers can expect:

  • Closure of all northbound lanes on 4th Ave S between Holgate St and S Royal Brougham Way
  • Vehicle traffic will be detoured onto 1st Ave S and 6th Ave S
  • Pedestrians access will be maintained
  • King County Metro will reroute buses during this work; for more information on Metro route changes, visit http://kingcounty.gov/metro/alerts

From 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Tuesday, October 17, travelers can expect:

  • Closure of all northbound lanes on 4th Ave S between Holgate St and S Royal Brougham Way
  • Vehicle traffic will be detoured onto 1st Ave S and 6th Ave S
  • Pedestrians access will be maintained
  • King County Metro will reroute buses during this work; for more information on Metro route changes, visit http://kingcounty.gov/metro/alerts

From 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Wednesday, October 18, travelers can expect:

  • Closure of all southbound lanes on 4th Ave S between S Royal Brougham Way and Holgate St
  • Vehicle traffic will be detoured onto 1st Ave S and 6th Ave S
  • Pedestrians access will be maintained
  • King County Metro will reroute buses during this work; for more information on Metro route changes, visit http://kingcounty.gov/metro/alerts King County Metro

From 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Thursday, October 19, travelers can expect:

  • Closure of all southbound lanes on 4th Ave S between S Royal Brougham Way and Holgate St
  • Vehicle traffic will be detoured onto 1st Ave S and 6th Ave S
  • Pedestrians access will be maintained
  • King County Metro will reroute buses during this work; for more information on Metro route changes, visit http://kingcounty.gov/metro/alerts

For all roadways:

  • Access to offices, businesses, and services will be maintained throughout construction
  • Sidewalks will remain accessible with occasional detours for people walking
  • Police officers or flaggers will assist with traffic control and work zone safety
  • Emergency vehicles will be able to access the work zone at all times

The work is expected to create construction-related noise, dust, vibration, and concrete odor.

For more information on this project and to sign up for email updates, please visit:

http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/pave_4s.htm.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the construction outreach team at 4thAveSPaving@seattle.gov or 206-727-3669. We appreciate your patience during this work.