(Click any view for a close-up; more cameras on the WSB Traffic page)

6:03 AM: It’s Presidents Day, which means some changes:

–Seattle Public Schools are closed today and tomorrow (and most others)

–Metro is on a “reduced weekday” schedule

–No Water Taxi

–Most government facilities – including Seattle Parks and Seattle Public Library branches – are closed

10:18 AM: Crash on northbound 99 by the Battery Street Tunnel, blocking all lanes at last report.

5:43 PM: The onramp to the eastbound bridge from lower Spokane, by Fire Station 36, has been blocked for about two hours now, with what’s described only as a “fuel spill.” The nearby Delridge onramp remains open, though.

6:22 PM: The ramp mentioned above is open again.

3 Replies to "TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Presidents Day"

  • sam-c February 15, 2016 (4:48 pm)

    my mate called to ask ” can you check and see what is going on?”

    ie, he reported that there were police at the delridge on ramp to the eastbound  bridge, and then he saw a 21 get off at Delridge and take Andover westward.

    I checked the 911 log and it says fuel spill. Do you know if the on ramp is blocked off?

    • WSB February 15, 2016 (4:55 pm)

      It was at one point but I couldn’t confirm it still was… So I didn’t write a separate. Sorry!

      • WSB February 15, 2016 (5:16 pm)

        Update: Just went by, still closed but nearby Delridge onramp still open.

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