TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Tuesday on the move

Nothing unusual in the area as we begin, but there’s a weather update – the National Weather Service no longer has a storm alert up for the city, just some other parts of Western Washington. Above and below, the two main cameras for the bridge:

And here’s the northbound Alaskan Way Viaduct:

More cameras, and other info, on the WSB Traffic page.

Transportation news last night, in case you missed it: The state says repairs to the Highway 99 tunneling machine “will take months,” no matter which way its contractor decides to approach fixing it.

Earlier Monday, the King County Council took the first step toward sending a Metro/roads-funding measure to voters by creating a Transportation Benefit District, explained here. During that same meeting, councilmembers put on hold for two weeks their vote on the first round of cuts Metro would make if funding isn’t found, from voters or the state.

TONIGHT: All are welcome at the West Seattle Transportation Coalition meeting, 6:30 pm at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center (6400 Sylvan Way).

7:02 PM NOTE: If you were wondering what was happening on Alki earlier this evening – crash at 54th/Alki SW – photo courtesy Cami:

The Seattle Fire response closed fairly soon, and the incident classification suggested no serious injuries, but Alki SW was blocked for a while.

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