(More cameras, and other info, on the WSB Traffic page)
So far, so good as we head for the heart of the morning commute. Today’s transportation notes:
ROXBURY SAFETY MEETING: Tonight is the second of two meetings to set the stage for SDOT’s safety project on SW Roxbury, the result of local neighborhood advocates pushing for solutions to longrunning problems: 6 pm at Roxhill Elementary (30th/Roxbury).
WONDERING ABOUT THOSE ROAD MARKINGS? SDOT e-mailed to make sure we had seen a post on the SDOT Blog site last week – answering the question “why are there white paint marks on my street?” In Arbor Heights and Fauntleroy, they’re probably for the upcoming microsurfacing prep work.
HIGHWAY 99/ALASKAN WAY VIADUCT CLOSURE REMINDER: Saturday and Sunday, 6 am-6 pm both days, Highway 99/Alaskan Way Viaduct north of the West Seattle Bridge will close for its annual inspection. Before and inbetween, other stretches of 99 will close for a variety of reasons – all explained by WSDOT here. P.S. WSDOT also updates the ongoing discussion of “settling” after what it terms “inaccurate” recent reports elsewhere.