‘What’s Moving’ is a 2-parter!
Our What’s Moving Seattle traffic/events advisory blog has moved to Mondays….but wait, there’s more: part 2 on Thursdays. What?!? On Thursdays, On the Move will have this update to what we knew Monday, plus new stuff we didn’t know we didn’t know, but now we do! Who knew?!?
No more halfsies!
FRI 6.29 → FRI 7.6
For the next week, starting tomorrow at 7 AM, crews pull up temporary asphalt sidewalk along Fauntleroy Way SW at Fairmount Park and install longer-lasting concrete. It’s phase 2 of a 2016 project that replaced damaged sidewalk with concrete on one end, and lower cost asphalt on the other due to budget constraints and the need to complete other safety projects.
Parking lane and bike lane on east side of Fauntleroy Way SW closed.
West side sidewalk and vehicle travel lanes remain open.
Coleman Dock entrance moving!
SUN 7.1 → FALL 2018
Late Saturday night, June 30, the drive-on entrance to Colman Dock will move from Madison Street and Alaskan Way, to South Jackson Street and Alaskan Way South–closer to Pioneer Square. The change 6-blocks south is for drivers only, during Coleman Dock construction this summer.
All vehicles use S Jackson St entrance.
No changes to pedestrian and bicycle entrances.
Overnight I-5 off-ramp closure…
MON 7.2 → TUES 7.3
The I-5 NB off-ramp at Seneca St will be closed for paving work on 6th Ave, between Marion and Madison streets.
NB I-5 off-ramp at Seneca fully closed 11 PM → 4 AM.
Travel lane and parking restrictions 6 PM → 6 AM.
Columbia 2-way done Mid-July.
→ MON 7.16
The west side of the 3rd Ave/Columbia intersection has newly completed curb ramps (compare to above photo for before/after experience). It’s part of the Columbia 2-way project that’s converting Columbia St between 1st Ave and 3rd Ave into a 2-way street. Due to complex signal work, the project has a new anticipated completion date of July 16, 2018.
S side of Columbia St: one WB travel lane and parking lane are closed.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-684-ROAD.
Information subject to change. Additional construction or events may be planned in the Seattle area.
Have a great weekend!