WEST SEATTLE BRIDGE CLOSURE: 3 days to ‘Reconnect’ deadline

(WSB photo, this morning)

While stabilization work continues under the West Seattle Bridge, there’s something you can do here on the ground right now – tell the city how you can, and can’t, get around without it. The Reconnect West Seattle mobility survey is open until Friday (July 31st), as are the “prioritization” lists of potential projects in four areas affected by detour traffic. The main survey is here; the neighborhood-prioritization surveys are here (Highland Park/Riverview/South Delridge/Roxhill), here (South Park), here (Georgetown), and here (SODO). Prefer a paper ballot? Call 206-400-7511 or email westseattlebridge@seattle.gov.

P.S. Questions? SDOT’s “virtual office hours” noon-1 pm tomorrow and 6:30-7:30 pm Thursday might be able to help – details for connecting are on this page.

3 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE BRIDGE CLOSURE: 3 days to 'Reconnect' deadline"

  • Um, No! July 29, 2020 (11:11 am)

    I know it’s probably not as bad as it looks but there is no way I’d go up or down that red ladder!

  • Jesse July 29, 2020 (3:26 pm)

    It’s Worse Than it LooksStarting down what appears to be a 40’ extension ladder from over 150’ above the water that you can’t ignore as you look down and take your first step about 30’ above a small platform. Also, you’d go up the ladder to get off that thing…🤪

  • Steve Mentele July 30, 2020 (11:31 am)

    If anyone gets on that ladder without a safety harness, SDOT is more flawed than I thought. If that’s possible.

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