This week’s daily/nightly list of West Seattle-relevant traffic alerts

For tonight and beyond, this week’s edition of the day-by-day/night-by-night traffic-alert list for routes to and from West Seattle, as taken from the most recent SDOT announcement and the newest WSDOT list:

SUNDAY 9/9 (tonight)
*Alaskan Way Viaduct/99 – Southbound lanes closed till 5 am Monday, between Battery Street Tunnel and West Seattle Bridge

MONDAY 9/10
*Alaskan Way Viaduct/99 – Southbound lanes closed 9 pm Monday to 5 am Tuesday, between Battery Street Tunnel and West Seattle Bridge
*Spokane Street Viaduct – From SDOT: “Two westbound lanes of the Spokane Street Viaduct will be closed … between I-5 and SR 99 from 11 pm-5 am … The northbound I-5 off-ramp and the Columbian (Way) ramp to westbound Spokane Street Viaduct will also both be closed.”

TUESDAY 9/11
*Alaskan Way Viaduct/99 – Southbound lanes closed 9 pm Tuesday to 5 am Wednesday, between Battery Street Tunnel and West Seattle Bridge
*Spokane Street Viaduct – From SDOT: “Two westbound lanes of the Spokane Street Viaduct will be closed … between I-5 and SR 99 from 11 pm-5 am … The northbound I-5 off-ramp and the Columbian (Way) ramp to westbound Spokane Street Viaduct will also both be closed.”

WEDNESDAY 9/12
*Alaskan Way Viaduct/99 – Southbound lanes closed 9 pm Wednesday to 5 am Thursday, between Battery Street Tunnel and West Seattle Bridge
*Spokane Street Viaduct – From SDOT: “The eastbound lanes of the Spokane Street Viaduct will be closed each night at the off-ramp to northbound SR99 … 10 pm-5 am. Traffic on the West Seattle Bridge will be detoured to northbound SR99. Traffic wishing to continue further east will be diverted to the lower Spokane roadway in West Seattle.”

THURSDAY 9/13
*Alaskan Way Viaduct/99 – Southbound lanes closed 9 pm Thursday to 5 am Friday
*Spokane Street Viaduct – From SDOT: “The eastbound lanes of the Spokane Street Viaduct will be closed each night at the off-ramp to northbound SR99 … 10 pm-5 am. Traffic on the West Seattle Bridge will be detoured to northbound SR99. Traffic wishing to continue further east will be diverted to the lower Spokane roadway in West Seattle.”

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 9/14-9/16
*Alaskan Way Viaduct/99 – (Monday update) 11 pm Friday-5 am Monday, “Northbound SR 99 will be closed between South Royal Brougham Way and the West Seattle Bridge” per WSDOT.
*Spokane Street Viaduct – Aside from ongoing 1st Avenue S. exit closure (it’s reopening Wednesday morning 9/19), nothing scheduled
*NON-HIGHWAY NOTE: California SW and Alaska SW will be closed in the heart of The Junction all day Sunday for the West Seattle Junction Car Show – see you there!

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5 Replies to "This week's daily/nightly list of West Seattle-relevant traffic alerts"

  • RobertSeattle September 10, 2012 (7:58 am)

    WSB – you missed the NB closure Sep 14-17

    Friday, Sept. 14 – morning of Monday, Sept. 17 – Northbound SR 99 will be closed between South Royal Brougham Way and the West Seattle Bridge from 11 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Monday morning.

    I was wondering if at the conclusion of this closure the new northbound ramp will be open? (But we still have to merge to 2 lanes shorly after the top of it)

    • WSB September 10, 2012 (8:18 am)

      I previewed it last week after finding it on the SDOT lookahead but didn’t see it in my source e-mail for this week. Upon re-reading for the 10th time, I see they buried it way way down instead of calling it out toward the top … adding, thanks.

  • RobertSeattle September 10, 2012 (8:38 am)

    WSB, it is oddly written. If it is a NB Closure you would think they’d write it “Northbound SR 99 will be closed between West Seattle Bridge and South Royal Brougham Way”.

  • Colleen September 10, 2012 (9:06 am)

    does that NB closure still allow for entering 99 at the stadium?

  • Robert2715 September 10, 2012 (7:13 pm)

    Colleen,

    I think the answer to your question is yes, otherwise they would day closure from West Seattle Bridge to Battery Street tunnel. I think they are doing the final touches on the new northbound bridge segment.

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