FOLLOWUP: How Metro plans to reroute C Line, Route 116 buses during road closure south of Fauntleroy ferry dock

That sign is on the corner of Fauntleroy and Trenton, which is now confirmed as part of the reroute for buses once SDOT starts its two weeks of work – announced Monday – closing the intersection of Fauntleroy/Wildwood, just south of the ferry terminal. Metro has now finalized the reroute plan for the C Line and Route 116 buses, and has published it here (PDF). The project replacing some of the road panels and adding a curb ramp is scheduled to start next Monday, lasting up to two weeks.

3 Replies to "FOLLOWUP: How Metro plans to reroute C Line, Route 116 buses during road closure south of Fauntleroy ferry dock"

  • WSResident February 1, 2018 (9:41 am)

    Thank you for following up on this WSB! For those not familiar with reading Metro’s acronym-heavy reroute alerts, this means that the bus stops at the Fauntleroy ferry terminal will now be moved temporarily to TRENTON Street at Fauntleroy (in both directions).

  • Phil Sweetland February 1, 2018 (4:24 pm)

    I thought the current detour signs relate to the stairway replacement.  They are routing walkers north to the pedestrian flags to cross Fauntleroy.

    the original plan was to route south, but crossing at Wildwood is too dangerous.

  • VN February 1, 2018 (4:53 pm)

    There are no sidewalks to the northbound C line stop at the ferry dock.  Without the stairway, residents will either have to walk down 45th all the way to Wildwood or north on Fauntleroy to Rose street.  Wish Metro and SDOT worked together so when the street work is to start on the 5th and the bus stops get moved to Trenton, the work on the stairway would have started.  This way, riders wouldn’t have to walk blocks just to get on the northbound bus.  This creates a real problem for those who have physical limitations.

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