TRAFFIC, TRANSIT, ROAD WORK, WEATHER: Friday watch + weekend alert

March 25, 2022 6:03 am
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8:56 AM: Bill says a crash on West Marginal by the Longhouse is blocking a SB lane.


6:03 AM: Good morning. It’s Friday, March 25th.


Morning clouds and afternoon sunshine are predicted, and the high could reach into the 60s.


8th graders from Denny International Middle School plan a protest march at noon, traveling on Thistle, 35th, and Trenton. We don’t know if they plan to march in the street or on the sidewalk but be careful in the area.


Today: The 35th/Findlay sewer work is expected to continue.

This weekend: SDOT says, “Saturday and Sunday, we’ll be installing a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon on 16th Ave SW and SW Myrtle St to help with pedestrian crossings. We’ll begin this work as early as 7 AM and expect to conclude by 4 PM on both days. We anticipate minimal traffic impacts but people driving should navigate the area with caution.”


Metro is on its regular weekday schedule. Watch @kcmetrobus for word of reroutes/cancellations.

Water Taxi‘s on its regular schedule. ALERT: Shuttle service will be increased starting Monday (March 28th) – here’s the announcement.

Ferries: WSF is still the two-boat schedule for Fauntleroy-Vashon-Southworth. Check here for alerts/updates.


731st morning without the West Seattle Bridge.

Low Bridge: Automated enforcement cameras remain in use; restrictions are in effect 5 am-9 pm daily – except weekends; the bridge is open to all until 8 am Saturday and Sunday mornings. (Access applications are available here for some categories of drivers.)

1st Avenue South Bridge:

South Park Bridge:

West Marginal Way at Highland Park Way:

Highland Park Way/Holden:

The 5-way intersection (Spokane/West Marginal/Delridge/Chelan):

Are movable bridges opening for vessels? Check the @SDOTBridges Twitter feed; 1st Ave. S. Bridge openings are also tweeted by @wsdot_traffic.

All city traffic cams can be seen here; West Seattle and vicinity-relevant cameras are also on this WSB page

Trouble on the roads/paths/water? Text or call us (when you can do so safely) – 206-293-6302.

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