West Seattle traffic alert: Water break closes 30th SW

Thanks to Lawrence for the tip: 30th SW between North Delridge and High Point is closed about a block south of the turn at SW Brandon (update: 30th/Findlay, to be specific – here’s a map) while Seattle Public Utilities works on a water break. The crew at the scene told us a few minutes ago that they will likely be out there for a few more hours. No word on what caused the problem, but one possible effect to be aware of overnight and tomorrow morning: The road’s wet in spots and could ice over. (The SPU crew was in fact throwing some salt onto the road when we were there.)

5 Replies to "West Seattle traffic alert: Water break closes 30th SW"

  • trickycoolj November 23, 2013 (10:03 pm)

    Can we get a more detailed address or cross street? I’m not home but live on 30th in High Point!

    • WSB November 23, 2013 (10:08 pm)

      I couldn’t read the cross-street sign, it’s totally faded, but I’m looking it up to add a Google Map. The crew is working at the location I mentioned – one block south of Brandon on 30th. It’s on a hill so the water went downhill (north). – Tracy
      (edit) The cross-street at which the crew is working appears to be Findlay, if Google Maps are not missing something between Brandon and Findlay. I don’t know how far up 30th is blocked but I’d imagine it’s just far enough to keep people from finding themselves at the closure without any place to detour.

  • anon November 23, 2013 (11:16 pm)

    Wonder if the Comcast issue is related…?

    • WSB November 24, 2013 (12:21 am)

      I don’t know how much undergrounding Comcast does, but their outages do often seem to dovetail with other utilities, especially electric.

  • linda November 24, 2013 (12:49 am)

    There is a locate crew that finds all utilities to they don’t run into interference with other utilities.

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