Still have questions about the viaduct-to-tunnel transition?

As noted, it’s less than two months now until the January 11th date announced for permanent closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct and start of a three-weeks-and-then-some-for-us transition. Three things of note:

1. If you’re on-peninsula tomorrow afternoon, you’re invited to a 1 pm information session in Olympic Hall on the south end of South Seattle College (6000 16th SW; WSB sponsor) – details here.

2. Next Monday night, you’re also welcome at the 6:30 pm Junction Neighborhood Organization meeting at the Senior Center/Sisson Building (4217 SW Oregon), which will include a briefing.

3. We’ll be covering another state/city/county media briefing tomorrow – if you have a transition question that’s so far gone unanswered, let us know (in a comment below, or message us) – we’ll do what we can to get the answer.

3 Replies to "Still have questions about the viaduct-to-tunnel transition?"

  • Joyce November 15, 2018 (12:44 am)

    I haven’t seen a water taxi schedule for during the closure – is there one? Will there be service outside the peak am and pm commute times? I have to pick kids up from school in the afternoon so the winter water taxi schedule doesn’t get me home in time.

    • WSB November 15, 2018 (12:48 am)

      They haven’t released the schedule yet, but we’ll ask when. In response to our previous questions, they’ve said they will keep to the general winter service, weekday commute periods.

  • LB November 15, 2018 (8:27 am)

    Are there any plans to adjust the signal and/or other improvements at 1st Ave and Edgar Martinez Dr to make it easier for buses to make the left turn onto 1st Ave?Will a left turn signal be added at Spokane St and the Busway?  There is a left turn lane from Spokane St, but no signal.

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