West Seattle traffic-alert update: California/Fauntleroy’s new signals installed and working

The big unannounced weekend project at California/Fauntleroy (reported here at midday Saturday after we got a tip) is done – new signals, signage, and other equipment installed and working – our photo from southbound California was taken just a few minutes ago. So the crews are gone and the intersection is free-flowing again. We’ll be checking in with SDOT once offices reopen post-holiday weekend to find out if there are any new unseen features you’d want to know about.

5 Replies to "West Seattle traffic-alert update: California/Fauntleroy's new signals installed and working"

  • Rick February 18, 2014 (9:21 am)

    I like the incessant “wait,wait,wait,wait,wait,then wait for it-wait,followed by the machine gun sound and then the usual beep beep sound. Help???

  • SeaChanty51 February 19, 2014 (6:46 am)

    Not all the signage is installed, so I am hoping there is also ‘fine-tuning’ for the crossing signals to be completed.

    • WSB February 19, 2014 (8:04 am)

      My contact at SDOT is out for a few days so I’m still awaiting the followup information – TR

  • SeaChanty51 February 19, 2014 (9:25 am)

    Switchbox work underway now…possibly because it is finally dry!

  • SeaChanty51 February 21, 2014 (8:57 am)

    Friday morning, more work on crossing signals. Still missing the street signs for all but westbound lanes.

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