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

7:23 AM: No incidents so far in or from West Seattle. As of right now, though, some of the regular SDOT cameras are stuck on earlier views – we’re checking to see if the others are being worked on.

7:36 AM: Fixed now, SDOT confirms. And since it’s still quiet:

TRANSPORTATION NEWS: Last night we reported on the changes in the works for the Fauntleroy/Endolyne Triangle … if you’re interested in light rail to West Seattle, the WS Transportation Coalition‘s survey remains open, looking for specific local opinions on route preference.

3 Replies to "TRAFFIC/TRANSIT TODAY: Thursday updates"

  • cb February 11, 2016 (8:22 am)

    Speaking of traffic cams, does SDOT ever plan to replace the one at mid-span that has been MIA since the “upgrade”?

  • Azimuth February 11, 2016 (8:57 am)

    CB: if you drill deep enough on SDOT’s page you can find that mid-span camera I believe you are talking about. HOWEVER, it seems to be set up in a way to make linking to it like WSB or Seacam not possible (I suspect). It is a camera icon with a ‘+’ that has 2 images attached to the one link.’s camera placement plan mystifies me. They could have nearly 100% covered the stretch from Fauntleroy to I-5 with 5-6 well-placed cameras but instead we have several awkwardly-positioned fields of view that you have to infer heavily as to what is going on. They have some nice hi-res videos you can watch!

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