West Seattle traffic alert: Delridge/Trenton weekend closure postponed

Just in from SDOT’s LeAnne Nelson:

Cancelled: Intersection closure at Delridge Way SW & SW Trenton Street
Tentatively rescheduled to February 22-25

Due to an inclement weather forecast, SDOT has postponed this weekend’s construction at the intersection of Delridge Way SW and SW Trenton Street. The construction scheduled for February 15-18 has been tentatively rescheduled for the following weekend, Feb. 22-25.

Reminder: During Phase 1 construction, southbound Delridge Way SW traffic is being detoured at SW Trenton Street as follows:

West on SW Trenton Street
South on 25th Avenue SW
East on SW Barton Street
South on Delridge Way SW

Also, the intersection of 25th Avenue SW and SW Barton Street is temporarily a 4-way stop to assist safe traffic flow.

This is a five-phase project. At the completion of Phase 1 the construction activity will move to the Phase 2 section of Delridge Way SW – between SW Trenton and SW Thistle streets. Please visit the project website for more information:www.seattle.gov/transportation/pave_delridge.htm

2 Replies to "West Seattle traffic alert: Delridge/Trenton weekend closure postponed"

  • AG February 15, 2013 (9:19 am)

    I would love to see the intersection of 25th Avenue SW and SW Barton Street become a PERMANENT 4-way stop. It seems to me that an extra stop or two along the stretch of Barton around WWV could only be an improvement. There are a large number of pedestrians at that corner, as well as drivers flying down Barton trying to beat the light. Add in the blind corner from 25th to eastbound Barton, and it’s a wonder there aren’t more accidents.

  • Mariah February 18, 2013 (12:42 am)

    I would love, also, for people to stop at the stop sign at 25th and Trenton. Some people drive like there is not even a stop sign there. Lots of tickets could be written if it were monitored.

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