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We are hosting an online open house to share information about the Delridge Way SW - RapidRide H Line project design elements and what to expect during construction. Please visit our online open house at rapidridehline.participate.online to learn the latest.
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The closure of the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge has significantly impacted the way people move through West Seattle in recent months. As we continue to make on the ground improvements to keep people moving now, we will also continue to invest in long-term projects that help us build an even stronger, connected, and more livable West Seattle. It is critical that we implement both short- and long-term improvements while we simultaneously pursue all options available to reopen the high-rise bridge, which is why we are moving forward with this much-needed project along Delridge Way SW to add a new rapid transit line, improve safety, enhance bike infrastructure, and repair roads in poor condition.
Construction is scheduled to begin as soon as the week of June 8 to start working while the weather is dry. Construction timelines are always subject to change and we will continue to provide updates if and when they are impacted. Please visit our online open house to learn more about the project design and construction, and ask questions.
Please read on below for more information about what to expect during construction.
Delridge Way SW will be open to traffic during construction. We will maintain one lane of traffic in each direction at most times during construction, though temporary detours may be needed.
What to expect during construction
Generally, we anticipate working weekdays between 7 AM and 7 PM. Impacts will include:
Noise, dust, and large vehicle traffic
Temporary parking restrictions for weeks at a time
Short term driveway closures
Some nighttime and weekend work to minimize traffic impacts
Periodic traffic detours
Vehicle lane shifts around work zones
Some full closures of major intersections
Pedestrian and bicycle detours around the work
Temporary utility service impacts
Flaggers to help direct traffic
Temporary bus detours and bus stop relocations
If you have concerns about accessibility or other impacts of construction, please send us your address, contact information, and concerns so that we can better understand and work together throughout construction. You can reach us at DelridgeTransit@Seattle.govor call 206-775-8739.
West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Safety Project The closure of the West Seattle Bridge has impacted access to the Delridge community and how we all get around. Our Delridge Way SW – RapidRide H Line team is committed to keeping streets open and moving as much as possible and doing everything we can to minimize additional disruptions caused by construction and paving. Learn more about the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge Safety project and sign up for email alerts to get the latest about the bridge. If you have questions about their work, please contact:
Email: 684-Road@seattle.gov SW Roxbury St Paving In coordination with the West Seattle High Bridge closure, we will be paving SW Roxbury St between 16th Ave SW and 18th Ave SW before the end of May 2020. This paving work will help keep traffic moving safely and smoothly in the Roxbury neighborhood.
At the City of Seattle, we are continuing to follow guidance from federal, state, and local leaders and our public health partners regarding COVID-19. To keep our crews and the public safe, we have required all contractors to submit updated jobsite Health and Safety Plans to ensure that they comply with the safety and social distancing requirements in the Governor’s Order.
Thank you Seattle Voters This project is jointly funded by King County Metro and SDOT’s Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015. Learn more about the levy at www.seattle.gov/LevytoMoveSeattle. This will be the first RapidRide project funded by the Levy to Move Seattle to break ground, marking a major milestone for the levy!
Seattle Department of Transportation DelridgeTransit@seattle.gov 206-775-8739