(Live view from the east-facing WS Bridge camera; other cameras are on the WSB Traffic page)
6:07 AM: Welcome to Wednesday! Now that the weekend is in view, we need to resume reminders about this weekend’s Highway 99 closures – both directions between the West Seattle Bridge and Battery Street Tunnel, 5 am-6 pm Saturday and 6 am-6 pm Sunday, for the semiannual safety inspection, plus a weekendlong closure north of the BST for utility work – details on all of the above can be found here.

10:28 AM: Another crash on Roxbury – 9th and Roxbury this time. The call closed out fairly quickly on the Seattle Fire 911 log, but a texter says three vehicles were involved and police were directing traffic.

1:17 PM: Something’s up on southbound 99 – it’s closed at the Battery Street Tunnel.

1 Reply to "TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Wednesday watch"

  • scanner October 2, 2013 (8:23 am)

    I have noticed something curious on the C Line in the last few weeks. I pick up the C Line sometimes at Findlay and sometimes at the Morgan Junction depending on the weather. I have noticed after 6:15, the C Line isn’t as frequent as it used to be thus by the time it gets to the WS Junction, it is pretty packed with all three stops averaging about 10-20 people. I then feel bad about the people at the next stop trying to cram in. Yet recently, the last few stops (Fauntleroy, 35th, and Avalon) only have a one or two stragglers, not the 10-20 people as should be expected so it ends up not being a problem. Is Metro starting the Northbound C-Line at Fauntleroy/Alaska every other bus in the AM? Not that that I am arguing good or bad, just trying to make sense of it. Anyone know?

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