• 1/12/2017

    What you can expect north of Union Street next week:

    • Major construction work will occur six days a week, both day and night. The noisiest work will stop each day by 10 PM and resume at 7 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends. 
    • Concrete removal and other heavy excavation work is planned to begin next week. There will be increased noise during this activity as we use machinery to break and remove existing pavement within the work zone. 
    • Roadway work on Alaskan Way near Pike Street is planned for Saturday, January 14. This work will occur between 7 AM and 3 PM. Alaskan Way will be reduced to one lane between Pine and Pike streets during this activity. Flaggers will be present to direct traffic during the work and message boards will be installed to alert drivers.
    • Movement joint plate installation continues. Business access will be maintained during this activity.
    • Restoration work, including forming curb and gutters, began this week and is expected to continue through the month. 
    • Utility restoration work continues.

    What you can expect between Union and Madison streets next week:

    • Major construction work will occur six days a week, both day and night. The noisiest work will stop each day by 10 PM and resume at 7 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends. 
    • Movement joint plate installation continues in front of the historic piers on the central waterfront. Some of this work will start as early as 4 AM to minimize pedestrian impacts. 
    • Utility restoration work will continue in the parking area near Madison Street. 

    What you can expect south of Madison Street next week:

    • Fire Station 5 restoration work continues.

    Other project area work:

    • Next week, Waterfront Seattle will begin surveying work on Alaskan Way between Pine and King streets in various locations. This intermittent work will take place during daytime hours over the next two weeks. This work will take place only in off-street areas and no traffic detours are associated with the work. This work is weather dependent and may be postponed due to inclement weather.


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