DONE EARLY: Fauntleroy/Wildwood intersection has reopened

2:23 PM: The project that was supposed to close the Fauntleroy/Wildwood intersection for two weeks is done in less than one. The intersection is open again, and crews are removing the no-parking signs on the SW Trenton detour route. No official alert updates yet; we’ll update when that happens. The work involved replacing concrete road panels, plus a curb ramp.

4:48 PM: Metro has since sent a rider alert via text and tweet that it has resumed its regular route in the area.

7 Replies to "DONE EARLY: Fauntleroy/Wildwood intersection has reopened"

  • MrB February 9, 2018 (2:33 pm)

    One road panel fixed and hundreds around West Seattle remain cracked and in disarray. Surprised Lisa Herbold didn’t try to stop the project… we desperately need real leadership and get our infrastructure fixed! 

    • Jon Wright February 9, 2018 (5:23 pm)

      Way to make lemons out of lemonade. :-/

    • Brian February 10, 2018 (12:30 pm)

      You’re absolutely correct. We should commit to zero progress anywhere in the city until we can just shut the whole place down and do it all in one single month.

      I’m thinking April or May?

  • waikikigirl February 9, 2018 (6:44 pm)

    I was thinking the same thing. 

  • Chris Stripinis February 9, 2018 (8:40 pm)

    “Hey, there’s lot of things to fix!  You only fixed one thing, though, so you shouldn’t have fixed anything!”

  • credmond@mac.com February 9, 2018 (9:46 pm)

    Well, with the new soda tax, Jon, maybe lemons are better for you. ;-)

    • Brian February 10, 2018 (12:31 pm)

      Checkmate, libs 

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