(SDOT camera looking at northbound 99 @ Lander; West Seattle Bridge cams not working currently)
6:05 AM: An early-morning crash at 1st and Seneca involving a Seattle Police vehicle is blocking the northbound Alaskan Way Viaduct‘s Seneca offramp, so among other things, that means a bus reroute, says Metro:
Metro’s Friday AM commute is underway and starts off with Routes 21E, 55, 56E, 57 & RapidRide C & D Lines temporarily rerouted and using 4 Av S into Downtown Seattle due to blockage at the Alaskan Way Viaduct off ramp.
6:42 AM UPDATE: The ramp has now reopened – and Metro says buses are back to their normal routing.
9:47 AM UPDATE: We can of course share your photos from the commute, too, any time – just got this West Seattle Water Taxi view with today’s wonderful sunrise, from Jennifer:
From sunrise/sunset colors, to crowded/uncrowded buses, to weather/traffic scenes, share a photo any time.
3:43 PM UPDATE: There’s a backup on the southbound Viaduct – a truck didn’t make clearance under the lid, according to a photo sent to us by Riley:
5:26 PM: Metro just tweeted that more RapidRide C Line evening runs are coming:
Big gaps between RapidRide buses downtown? Yep. That’s why we’re phasing in more evening C Line trips starting Nov. 5 and 13. Stay tuned.
— King County Metro (@kcmetrobus) November 3, 2012