What’s Moving Seattle | This Week

Ed Sheeran. 50,000 people. Just puttin’ that out there. But that’s Saturday. For more on other events and projects moving Seattle around, read below; and remember to check out our Weekender edition for any updates to what we know today!

 

MON-THURS, AUGUST 20-24

8/21/18 image of SR 99 Tunnel Connections South | by OxBlue for www.wsdot.wa.gov

Excavation work is closing 1st Ave S, from S King St to Railroad Way, nightly from 10 PM to 5 AM, through Thursday morning, as nearby SR 99 Tunnel Connections South work continues.

NB I-5 is closing 3 left lanes from Ship Canal Bridge to Ravenna, 9 PM to 5 AM nightly, through Thursday morning.

WSDOT has more details on active I-5 projects in King County. The final weekend closure for Revive I-5 is set for Sept 14 – 16

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 21

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Seattle Mariners are up against the Houston Astros again at Safeco Field.  First pitch: 7:10 PM.  Estimated attendance: 22,000.

 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22

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Seattle Opera presents The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess at McCaw Hall on Wednesday, 7:30 PM to 11 PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000.

Seattle Mariners are up against the Houston Astros for the 3rd time this week, at Safeco Field.  First pitch: 1:10 PM.  Estimated attendance: 34,000.

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24

Image courtesy of KeyArena | www.keyarena.com

Smashing Pumpkins are at KeyArena!  7PM – 10PM.  Estimated attendance: 10,000.

Seattle Opera presents The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess at McCaw Hall on Friday, 7:30 PM to 11 PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 25

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The Ed Sheeran North America Tour 2018 comes to CenturyLink Field Saturday night. Gates open at 5 PM for this 7 PM to 10 PM show.  Estimated attendance: 50,000 fans!

SLU Night Market is back, on 9th Ave N between Denny Way and John St, 4 PM to 10 PM.  Estimated attendance: 1,000.

Celebrate the Grand Opening of Yesler Terrace Park at 835 Yesler Way, Saturday. Event hours: 11AM to 3PM – with a ribbon cutting at noon.  Estimated attendance: 400.

Belltown Crush Block Party brings the beer and wine festival to Bell St, between 4th and 2nd avenues.  Event hours: 3 PM to 7 PM.  Estimated attendance: 700.

Seattle Opera presents The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess at McCaw Hall on Friday, 7:30 PM to 11 PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000.

 

SAT & SUN, AUGUST 25-26

Addition rendering image by WSCC | www.wsccaddition.com

Olive Way will be closed at Terry and detoured to Howell St for demolition work, Aug 25 & 26, as part of the project to build an addition to the Washington State Convention Center. Utility work continues through the fall, with the  bus layover loop at 9th Ave, between Olive and Pine streets, now open. Meanwhile, multiple lanes of Boren Ave from Howell to Olive remain closed overnight (8 PM – 5 AM), to install a large electrical vault under the street.

NB SR 99, Spokane St to Western, is closed near Battery Street Tunnel this weekend, from 10 PM Friday through 5 AM Monday. Traffic is expected to be detoured to 4th .

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 26

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The Seattle Storm has a WNBA Playoff Game at KeyArena on Sunday. Tip-off and opponent TBA.  Estimated attendance: 6,000.

Seattle Children’s Park to Park Swim, from Matthews Beach to O.O. Denny Park in Kirkland, starts at 7:30 AM, and wraps up by 11 AM.

Seattle Marathon Summer 5K/10K Race is at Seward Park, 8:30 AM to 12 PM.  Estimated attendance: 900.

Cosmo 7K run and 5K run & walk is Sunday along Alki Beach, in West Seattle; 9:30 AM to 11 AM.  Estimated attendance: 1,000.

Kawabe SummerFest! kicks off at 11 AM and runs through 4:30 PM, on 18th Ave S, between S Main St and S Washington St. Estimated attendance: 475.

Celebrate Little Saigon at the annual festival, 11 AM – 7 PM Sunday. Enjoy Vietnamese-American food, culture, and entertainment!  Event will close S King St between 10th and 12th avenues south. Estimated attendance: 350.

 

Sneak Peak @ Next Week…

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August 30 | Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders, CenturyLink Field

August 31 – September 2 | Bumbershoot at Seattle Center.

August 31 – September 3 | PAX West at WSCC (9th Ave, Pike to Pine, closed)

September 14 – 17 | Partial NB I-5 closure, details TBA.

 

More Info…

The Seattle Special Events Office has a great collection of calendars to keep you in the know. For updated event and advisory info, check out our Weekender Edition at the end of this week! For more details on travel impacts, visit our construction look-ahead and traveler’s map links, or…

 

Contact us!

Email us at construction.coordination@seattle.gov or call 206-684-ROAD (7623). Information subject to change. 

 

What’s Moving Seattle | This Week

Jack White kicks it off in Seattle this week, later followed by Hemp Fest, Hot Sauce, and Halestorm; Oh My! Get in the moment with one of these action options–and act with an informed travel plan (a.k.a. construction aware).

 

MONDAY, AUGUST 13

Featured image by CenturyLink Field | bit.ly/2B3yWM9

Jack White concert: At WaMu Theater.  8 PM – 11 PM.  Doors open at 7 PM.  Estimated attendance: 7,000.

Denny Substation project work has travel impacts to be aware of starting today, through Sunday:

  • August 13 – 15,  7 AM – 3 PMPontius Ave N fully closed, between Republican and John streets, to complete pavement markings.
  • August 13 – 17,  24/7Thomas St will be closed, between Terry and Westlake avenues north, for full roadway restoration.
  • August 13 – 17,  7AM – 3PMThomas St will be fully closed, between Pontius and Fairview avenues north, to complete pavement markings.
  • August 15 – 17, 7AM – 3PMMinor Ave N will be fully closed, between Republican and John streets, to complete pavement markings.
  • August 18 – 19, 9 AM – 7 PMRepublican St will be closed, between Fairview and Minor avenues north, for duct bank installation.

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17

Featured image by Pike Place Market Foundation | pikeplacemarketfoundation.org/events

Seattle Gift Show: At Washington State Convention Center.  Show hours: 9 AM to 5 PM.  Estimated attendance: 6,000.

Hempfest: 27th annual cannabis festival at Myrtle Edwards and Centennial Parks on Seattle’s waterfront.  Festival hours are 12 PM – 8 PM.  Estimated attendance: 30,000.

Sunset Supper at Pike Place Market: Annual dinner at the Pike Place Market to benefit the Pike Place Market Foundation.  Event hours are 7 PM to 11 PM.  Pike Place will close at 8 AM Friday morning.  Estimated attendance: 1,600.

Seattle Mariners vs. LA Dodgers: At Safeco Field.  First Pitch: 7:10 PM.  Estimated attendance: 40,000.

Halestorm + In This Moment concert: At WaMu Theater.  8 PM – 11 PM.  Doors open at 7 PM.  Estimated attendance: 7,000.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18

Featured image by The World is Fun | www.theworldisfun.org

Seattle Gift Show: At Washington State Convention Center.  Show hours: 9 AM to 5 PM.  Estimated attendance: 6,000.

Hempfest: 27th annual cannabis festival at Myrtle Edwards and Centennial Parks on Seattle’s waterfront.  Festival hours are 10 AM – 8 PM.  Estimated attendance: 30,000.

Big Day of Play: Free event presented by Seattle Parks and Recreation.  At Rainier Community Center and Playfields.  Event hours are 11 AM to 5 PM.  Estimated attendance: 2,600.

Hot Sauce Fest: Free event at Ballard Commons Park features the best hot sauces, food trucks and entertainment.  Event hours are 11 AM to 10 PM.  Estimated attendance: 2,150.

Boogie Up the Block: Free all-day urban arts event in Seattle’s Central District.  Event will close E. Fir St. between 12th Ave. and 14th Ave.  Event hours are 12 PM to 8 PM.  Estimated attendance: 300.

Washington Beer BBQ: At SLU Discovery Center.  Event hours are 12 PM to 6 PM.  Estimated attendance: 2,000.

Seattle Sounders vs. LA Galaxy: At CenturyLink Field.  1 PM – 3 PM.  Estimated attendance: 35,000.

Mercer x Summit Block Party: Free all ages music and art event on Summit Ave. between Mercer and Roy St.  Event hours are 1 PM to 11 PM.  Estimated attendance: 875.

Liberty or Death – Rally Against Left Wing Violence: Rally at Seattle City Hall.  3 PM – 8 PM.  Estimated attendance: 3,000.

Belltown Block Party: Event will close 2nd Ave. between Blanchard and Lenora Streets.  5 PM – 2 AM.  Estimated attendance: 730.

Seattle Mariners vs. LA Dodgers: At Safeco Field.  First Pitch: 7:10 PM.  Estimated attendance: 43,000.

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 19

Featured image by Hempfest | www.hempfest.org

Seattle Gift Show: At Washington State Convention Center.  Show hours: 9 AM to 5 PM.  Estimated attendance: 6,000.

Viking Dash 5K, 10K, 15K: At Magnuson Park.  Event hours: 9:30 AM to 12 PM.  Estimated attendance: 350.

Hempfest: 27th annual cannabis festival at Myrtle Edwards and Centennial Parks on Seattle’s waterfront.  Festival hours are 10 AM – 8 PM.  Estimated attendance: 30,000.

Seattle Mariners vs. LA Dodgers: At Safeco Field.  First Pitch: 1:10 PM.  Estimated attendance: 40,000.

 

More Travel Details…

  • August 17 – 19, 24/72nd Ave will be reduced to 2 lanes, from Pike to Union streets, for roadway reconstruction.
  • August 17 – 31, 24/7 | NB 1st Ave S will be closed, from S Washington to Cherry streets, for utility relocation.
  • August 18 – 19, 9 AM – 5 PM | 5th Ave will be closed, between Union and University streets, for construction involving crane work.
  • August 18 – 19, 24/7 | 35th Ave NE will be fully closed, from NE 45th to NE 55th streets, for paving work.

 

Sneak Peak @ Next Week…

Seattle Mariners vs. Houston Astros at Safeco Field:

  • August 20, 7:10 PM – 10 PM
  • August 21, 7:10 PM – 10 PM
  • August 22, 1:10 PM – 4 PM

The Smashing Pumpkins concert at Key Arena, August 24, 7 PM – 10 PM.

Belltown Crush Block Party Beer and Wine Festival, on Bell St between 4th and 2nd avenues, August 25, 3 PM – 7 PM.

The South Lake Union Night Market will close 9th Ave, John St to Denny Way, August 25, 4 PM – 10 PM.

Seattle Children’s Park to Park Swim, from Matthews Beach to O.O. Denny Park in Kirkland, August 26, 7:30 AM – 11 AM.

Seattle Marathon Summer 5K/10K Race at Seward Park, August 26, 8:30 AM – 12 PM.

Cosmo 7K and 5K run & walk along Alki Beach in West Seattle, August 26, 9:30 AM – 11 AM.

Kawabe SummerFest! on 18th Ave S, August 26, 11 AM – 3 PM.

Celebrate Little Saigon 2018, at 1025 S King Street, August 26, 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM.

 

 

More Info…

The Seattle Special Events Office has a great collection of calendars to keep you in the know. For updated event and advisory info, check out our Weekender Edition at the end of this week! For more details on travel impacts, visit our construction look-ahead and traveler’s map links, or…

 

Contact us!

Email us at construction.coordination@seattle.gov or call 206-684-ROAD (7623).

Information subject to change. Additional construction

What’s moving Seattle | Weekender

Here’s a wrap of what’s moving Seattle this weekend!

Get ready, Seattle! The Capitol Hill Block Party and Bite of Seattle are happening this weekend. Add daily Mariner and Sounders games, a festival, a parade, and 5k runs and that number blows up to 100k people having fun outside. As you guessed it – this could cause some challenges on how you get around. So know before you go. Scan this!

 

Friday, July 20

Featured CHBP Image by The Drainage | http://bit.ly/2KZDbge

Bite of Seattle: Annual food festival at Seattle Center.  11 AM to 9 PM.  About 40k attending.

Capitol Hill Block Party: Annual, 3-day music festival and block party held each July in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  The event will close E Pike St between Broadway and 12th avenues, and 10th and 11th avenues between E Union St and E Pine St. 3 PM to 11:59 PM. About 9k attending.

Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox: 7:10 to 10 PM at Safeco Field. About 36k attending.

UPDATED: Nighttime WB I-90 bridge closures planned for this weekend are now canceled. There are still WB I-90 closures planned for next weekend between Island Crest Way and I-5:

  • 11 PM Saturday, July 28 until 7 AM Sunday, July 29.
  • 10:30 PM Sunday, July 29 until 4:30 AM Monday, July 30.

 

Saturday, July 21

Featured image by Bite of Seattle | http://bit.ly/2ml6hI5

Zero Hour Seattle Youth Climate March: 9 AM rally at Garfield Community Center Playfield followed by 10:30 AM march to Judkins Park. About 2k attending.

Refuse to Abuse 5K: Fundraiser to benefit the Washington Coalition Against Domestic Violence. 5K will start on sidewalks outside Safeco Field and finish inside the ball field. 9 to 11 AM.  About 2k attending.

Dog Days of Summer 5K: 5K fun run in Magnuson Park to benefit Emerald City Pet Rescue. 9:30 to 11 AM. About 250 attending.

West Seattle Grand Parade: Annual Seafair sponsored parade on California Ave SW between SW Lander and SW Edmunds streets. 11 AM to 2 PM.  About 2.5k attending.

Bite of Seattle: Annual food festival at Seattle Center. 11 AM to 9 PM. About 40k attending.

Capitol Hill Block Party: Annual, 3-day music festival and block party held each July in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  The event will close E Pike St between Broadway and 12th avenues, and 10th and 11th avenues between E Union and E Pine streets. 1 to 11:59 PM. About 9k attending.

Seattle Sounders vs. Vancouver Whitecaps: At CenturyLink Field.  1 to 3 PM.  About 40k attending.

Bon Odori Festival: Annual summer festival at Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple (1427 S. Main St). 4 to 10 PM. About 2.5k attending.

Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox: At Safeco Field. 7:10 to 10 PM. About 36k attending.

Construction: Crews will close 4th Ave from University to Union streets for crane work. 11 PM – 5 AM.

ConstructionCrews will close Republican St between Fairview and Minor aveenues N for duct bank installation. 9 AM – 7 PM.

 

Sunday, July 22

Featured image by Jameson Florence | http://bit.ly/2Lre1TN

Seafair Triathlon: Seattle’s only triathlon, taking place on the shores of Lake Washington at Seward Park. 6:30 AM to 1 PM. About 1.6k attending.

Bite of Seattle: Annual food festival at Seattle Center. 11 AM to 8 PM. About 40k attending.

St. James Cathedral Parish Picnic: Annual parish picnic will close Terry Ave between Columbia and Marion streets. 11:30 AM to 3 PM.  About 500 attending.

Wekfest: Car show at CenturyLink Field Event Center featuring over 350 pre-screened European, Japanese, and Domestic aftermarket builds. 1 to 6 PM. About 2k attending.

Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox: At Safeco Field. 1:10 to 4 PM. About 35k attending.

Capitol Hill Block Party: Annual 3-day music festival and block party held each July in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  The event will close E Pike St between Broadway and 12th avenues, and 10th and 11th avenues between E Union and E Pine streets. 3 to 11 PM. About 9k attending.

Bon Odori Festival: Annual summer festival at Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple (1427 S. Main St). 3 to 8 PM. About 1.5k attending.

Chinatown Seafair Parade: Annual community parade hosted by The Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Route will use S King and S. Weller streets between 8th and 5th avenues S. 7 to 9 PM. About 9k attending.

Admiral Way Ramp Closure: We’re closing the W Seattle Admiral Way ramp for vegetation maintenance. 7 AM to 4 PM. Follow posted detour signs. Buses will use lower Spokane Bridge for W Seattle routes.

Construction: Crews will close 4th Ave from University to Union streets for crane work. 11 PM – 5 AM.

Construction: Crews will close Republican St between Fairview and Minor avenues N for duct bank installation. 9 AM – 7 PM.

Construction: Crews will close Yesler Way between 4th and 6th avenues for crane work. 9 AM – 5 PM.

UPDATED: Nighttime WB I-90 bridge closures planned for this weekend are now canceled. There are still WB I-90 closures planned for next weekend between Island Crest Way and I-5:

  • 11 PM Saturday, July 28 until 7 AM Sunday, July 29.
  • 10:30 PM Sunday, July 29 until 4:30 AM Monday, July 30.

 

Next week preview.

July 24 – 25: Seattle Mariners vs San Francisco Giants at Safeco Field.
July 28: Seafair Torchlight Parade, Seattle Center to SODO via 4th Ave. 7:30 – 11 PM.
July 28 – 29: WB I-90 will be fully closed from Island Crest Way in Mercer Island to I-5 in Seattle. 11 PM – 7 AM.
July 29 – 30: WB I-90 will be fully closed from Island Crest Way in Mercer Island to I-5 in Seattle. 10:30 PM – 4:30 AM.

 

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What’s moving Seattle this week?

It’s time to party in our streets!

Get ready, Seattle! The Capitol Hill Block Party and Bite of Seattle are happening this week. Add daily Mariner and Sounders games, a festival, a parade, and 5k runs and that number blows up to 100k people having fun outside. As you guessed it – this could cause some challenges on how you get around. So know before you go. Scan this! Then check back on Thursday for our Weekender Edition updates and then scan again.

 

Tuesday, July 17

Landscaping Interbay, SLU, & W Seattle: One lane closure from the on/off ramp from/to 15th Ave W. 8 AM to 3:30 PM.

Landscaping Interbay, SLU, & W Seattle: Southbound outside lane closure of 15th Ave W. 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM.

 

Wednesday, July 18

Median Maintenance: Both NB and SB Harbor Ave SW will shift to the parking lanes, between SW Spokane St and SW Harbor Lane. 9 AM to 3:30 PM.

 

Thursday, July 19

Median Maintenance: Both NB and SB Harbor Ave SW will shift to the parking lanes, between SW Spokane St and SW Harbor Lane. 9 AM to 3:30 PM.

 

Friday, July 20

Featured CHBP Image by The Drainage | http://bit.ly/2KZDbge

Bite of Seattle: Annual food festival at Seattle Center.  11 AM to 9 PM.  About 40k attending.

Capitol Hill Block Party: Annual, 3-day music festival and block party held each July in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  The event will close E Pike St between Broadway and 12th avenues, and 10th and 11th avenues between E Union St and E Pine St. 3 PM to 11:59 PM. About 9k attending.

Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox: 7:10 to 10 PM at Safeco Field. About 36k attending.

 

Saturday, July 21

Featured image by Bite of Seattle | http://bit.ly/2ml6hI5

Zero Hour Seattle Youth Climate March: 9 AM rally at Garfield Community Center Playfield followed by 10:30 AM march to Judkins Park. About 2k attending.

Refuse to Abuse 5K: Fundraiser to benefit the Washington Coalition Against Domestic Violence. 5K will start on sidewalks outside Safeco Field and finish inside the ball field. 9 to 11 AM.  About 2k attending.

Dog Days of Summer 5K: 5K fun run in Magnuson Park to benefit Emerald City Pet Rescue. 9:30 to 11 AM. About 250 attending.

West Seattle Grand Parade: Annual Seafair sponsored parade on California Ave SW between SW Lander and SW Edmunds streets. 11 AM to 2 PM.  About 2.5k attending.

Bite of Seattle: Annual food festival at Seattle Center. 11 AM to 9 PM. About 40k attending.

Capitol Hill Block Party: Annual, 3-day music festival and block party held each July in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  The event will close E Pike St between Broadway and 12th avenues, and 10th and 11th avenues between E Union and E Pine streets. 1 to 11:59 PM. About 9k attending.

Seattle Sounders vs. Vancouver Whitecaps: At CenturyLink Field.  1 to 3 PM.  About 40k attending.

Bon Odori Festival: Annual summer festival at Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple (1427 S. Main St). 4 to 10 PM. About 2.5k attending.

Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox: At Safeco Field. 7:10 to 10 PM. About 36k attending.

 

Sunday, July 22

Featured image by Jameson Florence | http://bit.ly/2Lre1TN

Seafair Triathlon: Seattle’s only triathlon, taking place on the shores of Lake Washington at Seward Park. 6:30 AM to 1 PM. About 1.6k attending.

Bite of Seattle: Annual food festival at Seattle Center. 11 AM to 8 PM. About 40k attending.

St. James Cathedral Parish Picnic: Annual parish picnic will close Terry Ave between Columbia and Marion streets. 11:30 AM to 3 PM.  About 500 attending.

Wekfest: Car show at CenturyLink Field Event Center featuring over 350 pre-screened European, Japanese, and Domestic aftermarket builds. 1 to 6 PM. About 2k attending.

Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago White Sox: At Safeco Field. 1:10 to 4 PM. About 35k attending.

Capitol Hill Block Party: Annual 3-day music festival and block party held each July in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  The event will close E Pike St between Broadway and 12th avenues, and 10th and 11th avenues between E Union and E Pine streets. 3 to 11 PM. About 9k attending.

Bon Odori Festival: Annual summer festival at Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple (1427 S. Main St). 3 to 8 PM. About 1.5k attending.

Chinatown Seafair Parade: Annual community parade hosted by The Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Route will use S King and S. Weller streets between 8th and 5th avenues S. 7 to 9 PM. About 9k attending.

Admiral Way Ramp Closure: We’re closing the W Seattle Admiral Way ramp for vegetation maintenance. 7 AM to 4 PM. Follow posted detour signs. Buses will use lower Spokane Bridge for W Seattle routes.

 

Help us improve.

We’d like to make this information as digestible and helpful as possible. Share your ideas with us on how we can improve communicating important events and construction that may affect your city commute. What’s that you say? Let us know!

 

Contact us!

Email us at construction.coordination@seattle.gov or call 206-684-ROAD (7623). For more information on travel impacts, check out our construction look-ahead and traveler’s map links.

Information subject to change. Additional construction or events may be planned in the Seattle area.

 

Go Zen | I-5 closure this weekend

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:

 

Relax at:

The Chinatown-International District for the Dragon Fest Saturday and Sunday, in S King St/Hing Hay Park.

 

Have kids?

Participate in Saturday’s Wallingford Family Parade or go be a Viking at the Nordic Museum’s Viking Days! (Norse attire encouraged)

 

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!

Image by Pixabay.com | Ancient Asian Architecture

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 a larger version.

 

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.