Opening the new floating bridge to traffic
Two weekend-long closures of SR 520 will occur this spring to shift traffic from the old, four-lane floating bridge to the new, six-lane bridge. Closures are tentatively scheduled for the weekends of April 8-11 and April 22-25. For more information about how traffic will transfer to the new floating bridge, please check out our website map.
Full closure of SR 410 White River Bridge just two weeks away
SR 900 about to get a facelift
The project will require lane closures, and both directions of the highway will be closed for one weekend this summer. We don’t have the dates yet, but we’ll let you know when we do.
Kayakers and canoers use caution! Ongoing in-water construction in Union Bay
The in-water work zone will have active construction during the day and night. Crews are busy pouring concrete for bridge columns, delivering and setting 150-foot-long girders, and constructing platform extensions from the temporary work bridge.
Heads up! Arboretum trail closures planned in early April
City of Seattle Arboretum Loop Trail construction beginning this week
Additional trail closures planned
Seattle Parks and Recreation is beginning construction of the Arboretum Loop Trail. Construction activities will temporarily close or reroute some trails when work is taking place nearby. The new trail is expected to be completed by December 2017.
The Arboretum Loop Trail is a 1.2-mile trail that will connect to Arboretum Drive, creating a 2.5-mile path through the Washington Park Arboretum and providing improved access to the flagship public garden. The Arboretum will remain free and open to the public throughout construction.
For more information, please visit the Seattle Parks and Recreation website at LoopTrail.seattle.gov.
Spring 2016 transportation alert from King County
April 3, 2016 by Leave a Comment