Two weeks after first word of a new SDOT safety project at Avalon/Yancy/30th/Andover, we have an update – work starts as soon as next Monday. This information was distributed in the immediate area today, SDOT says, and will be going out to the project e-mail list tomorrow:
We wanted to let you know that as soon as next Monday, March 28, crews working for SDOT will begin constructing pedestrian-safety improvements at the intersections of 30th Ave SW with SW Avalon Way and SW Avalon Way with SW Andover and SW Yancy streets. Construction is anticipated to take about 6 weeks to complete, but the schedule is weather dependent.
People can expect the following impacts during construction (more detail in the attached construction notice):
Temporary closure of SW Andover St at SW Avalon Way for the first three weeks of construction, depending on the weather. Local access will be maintained from 32nd Ave SW.
Temporary closure of SW Yancy St and 30th Ave SW at SW Avalon Way for the last three weeks of construction. Local access will be maintained from SW Genesee St. The duration of this closure is also weather dependent.
King County Metro routes will not be impacted.
Pedestrian detours around work zones. People following the sidewalk detours will not need to cross SW Avalon Way.
Temporary closure of bike lanes on SW Avalon Way. People riding bikes will be directed to merge with vehicle traffic.
Weekday work hours, 7 AM to 5 PM.
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