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(206) 499-8040

HAPPENING NOW

Between S King and Columbia streets:

  • Daytime work 7 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday.
  • S Main Street closed at Alaskan Way; two-way traffic will be maintained for local access between Alaskan Way and 1st Avenue S via 1st Avenue S; follow posted signs and directions from flaggers for safe access.
  • Periodic, single-lane closures on Yesler Way; two-way traffic will be maintained; follow posted signs and directions from flaggers for safe access.
  • Access to businesses and residences remains open.

Between Columbia and Pike streets:

  • Daytime work 7 AM to 7 PM Monday through Friday.
  • Marion Street at Alaskan Way reduced to 1 lane beginning as early as Monday, July 13; follow posted signs and directions from flaggers for safe access.
  • Spring Street at Alaskan Way reduced to 1 lane beginning as early as Monday, July 13; follow posted signs and directions from flaggers for safe access.
  • Full closure for vehicle access on University Street between Western Avenue and Alaskan Way for sewer work. Pedestrian access will be maintained. View our construction flyer for more information.
  • Viaduct footing demolition continues between University and Union streets; work may be noisy and make the multi-use path narrower at times.

PROJECTS IN THIS AREA

Alaskan Way Construction Expanding to Pike Street

Starting as early as December 9, the work zone on Alaskan Way will expand incrementally north to Pike Street. Similar to construction underway between S King and Marion streets, intersecting east/west streets will remain open and pedestrian access will be maintained. Businesses with mid-block vehicle driveways will be provided a route adjacent to the work zone. Initial activities include establishing work zones, mobilizing equipment, locating utilities, surveying, delivering materials, and breaking pavement for excavation and utility installation. View our construction flyer for more detail on work expanding to Pike Street.