ROAD-WORK ALERT: 20th/Roxbury

One new road-work alert for the week ahead: The King County-led phase of RapidRide H Line preparations will start work at 20th SW and Roxbury next. From the announcement:

Starting as soon as November 22, crews will set up traffic control to begin construction at the southwest corner of the 20th Avenue SW and SW Roxbury Street intersection. Work will include demolishing the existing pavement, paving the roadway, and making improvements that will serve Routes 113, 120 (future RapidRide H Line), and 560. This work is expected to last through late February 2022.

We have an inquiry out with King County regarding how soon they expect to reopen southbound 26th SW north of Roxbury, also part of the RapidRide project.

4 Replies to "ROAD-WORK ALERT: 20th/Roxbury"

  • Bus November 21, 2021 (6:58 pm)

    15th is closed again at Roxbury (has been for a week).  Hopefully it will re-open again soon, and permanently.  The bus re-route for that closure is really bad.

  • Auntie November 21, 2021 (7:29 pm)

    And 15th is still closed/torn up at 107th. No telling when that will reopen…

  • Graciano November 22, 2021 (6:27 am)

    They need to finish what they have started,  before starting on another section.

  • LAH November 22, 2021 (8:29 am)

    Why is King County tormenting us by narrowing one of the only two entrances/exits out of West Seattle?    

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