TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Wednesday updates

December 18, 2013 at 6:03 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle traffic alerts | 4 Comments

(More area traffic cams on the WSB Traffic page)
One week until Christmas, three days until the winter solstice, and the forecast is threatening wintry weather again – possibly Thursday night/Friday morning. So check back for the mid-morning/mid-afternoon/mid-evening forecast updates, just in case.

Looking ahead even further – Metro is out with its traditional reminder about reduced service not only around Christmas and New Year’s, but the week inbetween; here’s the announcement.

7:42 AM: Bertha points out that southbound Highway 509 is closed at 128th in Burien because of a rollover crash – so if you head that way, you’ll want to use an alternate route. Reopening is now estimated around 9, according to KING 5′s Tracy Taylor. The crash involved five vehicles, per the State Patrol, which says two people are in critical condition – a vehicle came down an embankment onto the roadway, rolled, and hit the other vehicles.

9:59 AM: 509 is open.

4 Comments

  1. SB509 Alert!! All southbound lanes of 509 are closed due to an accident. ETA for opening is 11:00 a.m.

    Comment by bertha — 6:58 am December 18, 2013 #

  2. FYI … the link for “reduced metro service” is actually a weather forecast, not the metro schedule for next week.

    “Looking ahead even further – Metro is out with its traditional reminder about reduced service not only around Christmas and New Year’s, but the week inbetween; here’s the announcement.”

    Comment by drahcir61 — 7:28 am December 18, 2013 #

  3. Thanks, Drah, fixed.

    Comment by WSB — 8:00 am December 18, 2013 #

  4. 509 still closed.

    Comment by 1000amys — 9:22 am December 18, 2013 #

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