TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Windy Wednesday updates

(More cameras, and other info, on the WSB Traffic page)
West Seattle doesn’t seem to be particularly hard-hit, but around the city, there are some spot power outages after a stormy night. On City Light’s map, there’s one spot around 41st/Southern in Gatewood, blamed on a tree. The National Weather Service has a “short-term forecast” in effect warning of gusts up to 45 mph in the hours ahead.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Work continues at 30th/Roxbury, as part of pedestrian-safety upgrades, and that means traffic restrictions, especially on the westbound side.

WEEKEND ALERT: Remember the northbound I-5 lane closures last month? Now it’s southbound I-5’s turn, and if you will be heading this way through downtown any time between Friday night and Monday morning, you should know about this.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: The city has announced a multi-year traffic-safety project for 35th SW, along its entire stretch in West Seattle, Fauntleroy Way to SW Roxbury.

7:33 AM: City Light is working near the aforementioned 41st/Southern outage:

Neither street is an arterial, so the only traffic effects are in the neighborhood.

2 Replies to "TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Windy Wednesday updates"

  • Bus rider February 12, 2014 (8:53 am)

    If the bus seats are nearly full, remove your packages, stuff, animals from the seat. Bus etiquette. It’s metro’s policy and I’m going to ask them to enforce it. The days have past when you can ignore what is going around you – at least on the bus.

  • Brian February 12, 2014 (1:59 pm)

    Don’t forget that you can always just ask the person to move their stuff. Communication is a two-way street.

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