HAPPENING NOW

Updated on June 5, 2024 

The next email will be on Wednesday, June 26 in observance of Juneteenth on Wednesday, June 19.

Pike St

WHAT TO EXPECT BETWEEN 2ND AND 5TH AVENUES:

  • Daytime work, 7 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.
  • Shifting lane closures on Pike St between 2nd and 5th avenues during work hours.
  • Pedestrian access maintained; alternating crosswalk closures may be in place.
  • Work will include landscaping  bike lane buffers.

WHAT TO EXPECT BETWEEN 8TH AND 9TH AVENUES:

  • Bike lane, one-way eastbound, temporarily detoured to the sidewalk on Pike St between 8th and 9th avenues.

WHAT TO EXPECT BETWEEN 9TH AND MELROSE AVENUES:

  • Daytime work, 7 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.
  • Weekend work on Pike St at the intersection of Melrose Ave 7 AM to 5 PM, Saturday, June 8.
  • Full CLOSURE on Pike St to vehicles between Melrose and Bellevue avenues as early as 7 AM on Saturday, June 8; the road is planned to reopen to traffic by 5 PM, Saturday. Local access to alleyways, businesses and parking garages maintained with officers on site to assist; follow posted signs and signals for detours.
  • Shifting lane closures on Pike St between 9th and Melrose avenues during work hours.
  • Pedestrian access maintained; alternating crosswalk closures may be in place.
  • Biking is permanently one-way eastbound on Pike St between 9th and Melrose avenues, please use the constructed protected bike lane on the northside of Pike St.
  • Work will include pavement removal, grading and restoration which can be noisy and cause vibration.
  • Bus stop and route impacts will be shared by King County Metro, check out their service advisories for more information.
  • Weekend work will include grading and restoration which can be noisy.

Pine St

WHAT TO EXPECT BETWEEN 1ST AND 4TH AVENUES:

  • Daytime work, 7 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday.
  • Shifting lane closures on Pine St between 1st and 4th avenues during work hours.
  • Pedestrian access maintained; alternating crosswalk closures may be in place.
  • Work will include pavement removal, grading and restoration which can be noisy and cause vibration.

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.