Between Columbia and Pike streets:
- Daytime work 7 AM to 7 PM Monday through Friday.
- Removal of the remnant portion of the Marion Street Bridge adjacent to the Commuter Building between Alaskan Way and Western Avenue started on Friday, September 11. Work may be noisy at times and is anticipated to take about 10 working days.
- Marion Street at Alaskan Way reduced to 1 lane and south sidewalk closed; follow posted signs for safe access.
- Seneca Street at Alaskan Way reduced to 1 lane; follow posted signs and directions from flaggers for safe access.
- Spring Street at Alaskan Way reduced to 1 lane starting Monday, September 21; follow posted signs and directions from flaggers for safe access.
- The Pike Street Hill Climb western staircase will be closed starting on Friday, September 18. The eastern staircase remains open and access to and from Alaskan Way will be maintained.
- We are currently evaluating the best approach to safely remove the remainder of the pier.
- Pedestrian access adjacent to Pier 58 remains open for the time being but may change based on safety needs for ongoing work.
Other Area Projects:
- Work to build the Multimodal Terminal at Colman Dock continues: More information on Colman Dock construction can be found on the Washington State Department of Transportation’s website.
PROJECTS IN THIS AREA
Alaskan Way Construction
The work zone on Alaskan Way has expanded 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.
During active pier removal on Sept. 13, 2020, the northeast corner of Pier 58 collapsed. We were in the process of removing a concrete section of the pier to delay further pier movement and deterioration. The structure has ongoing monitoring systems for movement in place. We will continue removing Pier 58 as soon as it is safe to do so and will evaluate the best approach for the remainder of the work. We will continue to share information as the situation develops.
Pier 58 removal is expected to be completed by early 2021. The design of the pier rebuild is ongoing with construction scheduled to begin in 2022.