HAPPENING NOW

Updated on February 14, 2024 

Work will not take place on Monday, February 19 in observance of the holiday weekend.

Pike St

What to expect between 9th Ave and Terry Ave / Hubbell Pl:

  • Daytime work, 7 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday through Friday; weather dependent.
  • Shifting lane closures on Pike St between 9th and Melrose avenues during work hours.
  • Pedestrian access maintained; alternating crosswalk closures may be in place.
  • Bus stop and route impacts will be shared by King County Metro, check out their service advisories for more information.
  • Bike lane temporarily detoured, both directions to the south side of the street between 9th and Boren avenues.
  • Work will include grading and restoration which can be noisy and cause vibration.

What to expect between Boren and Minor avenues:

  • Daytime work, 7 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday through Friday; weather dependent.
  • Shifting lane closures on Pike St between 9th and Melrose avenues during work hours.
  • Pedestrian access maintained; alternating crosswalk closures may be in place.
  • Bus stop and route impacts will be shared by King County Metro, check out their service advisories for more information.
  • Bike lane temporarily detoured, both directions to the north side of the street between Boren and Minor avenues.
  • Work will include pavement removal, grading and restoration which can be noisy and cause vibration.

Pine St

What to expect between 7th and Boren avenues:

  • Daytime work, 7 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday through Friday, weather dependent.
  • Shifting lane closures on Pine St between 7th and 9th avenues during work hours.
  • Pedestrian access maintained; alternating crosswalk closures may be in place.
  • Bus stop and route impacts will be shared by King County Metro, check out their service advisories for more information.
  • Work will include pavement removal, grading and restoration which can be noisy and cause vibration
  • As early as Saturday, March 9, we will permanently remove the eastbound vehicle lane on Pine St between 8th and Melrose avenues to make space for improvements for people walking and rolling. Details to follow.

QUESTIONS ABOUT CONSTRUCTION?

info@waterfrontseattle.org
(206) 499-8040

 

Pike Pine Streetscape and Bicycle Improvements

Pike Pine Streetscape and Bicycle Improvements (a part of the Downtown Seattle Association’s Pike Pine Renaissance program) will provide a vibrant pedestrian experience on Pike and Pine streets between Capitol Hill and the Pike Place Market, with connections to the new waterfront. The City of Seattle’s Office of the Waterfront and Civic Projects is designing this project in coordination with the Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) and the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) to improve east-west connections between the waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods.