TRAFFIC, TRANSIT, WEATHER: February’s last Monday

6:01 AM: Good morning! It’s Monday, February 27th.


Possible snow showers this morning, rain showers later, high in the 40s.


Water TaxiRegular schedule.

Metro is on its regular schedule, but still canceling some trips, so check notification channels such as @kcmetroalerts.

Washington State Ferries‘ Triangle Route continues on a 2-boat schedule; check here for alerts/updates and use Vessel Watch for boats’ locations.


For Seattle Public Schools and others that had midwinter break all week last week, classes resume today.


Delridge cameras: Besides the one below (Delridge/Oregon), cameras are also up at Delridge/Genesee, Delridge/Juneau, Delridge/Orchard, and Delridge/Henderson.

High Bridge – the camera at the top:

High Bridge – the view from its southwest end (when SDOT points the 35th/Avalon/Fauntleroy camera that way):

Low Bridge – looking east to west:

1st Ave. S. Bridge – another route across the river:

Highway 99: – the northbound side at Lander.

MORE TRAFFIC CAMS: See all working traffic cams citywide here, most with video options; West Seattle and vicinity-relevant cameras are on this WSB page.

BRIDGE INFO: Are movable city bridges opening for vessels? Check the @SDOTBridges Twitter feed.

If you see a problem on the bridges/streets/paths/water, please text or call us (when you can do it safely, and after you’ve reported to authorities if needed) – 206-293-6302.

3 Replies to "TRAFFIC, TRANSIT, WEATHER: February's last Monday"

  • Lola February 27, 2023 (7:40 am)

    At 6:30am heading Eastbound on the WS Bridge this morning there was a person wearing all black with a white napsack slug over their shoulder walking on the South side of the bride.  No stalled car was in sight. I am thinking maybe they walked on from Delridge?  If it was from anywhere else they would have to have dodged traffic.  I saw them about mid-span and was surprised to see someone walking as it was dark.  

    • Flivver February 27, 2023 (11:15 am)

      Did you call 911? Going to work at 4am I would occasionally see someone walking across the high bridge. I always called 911. Do not know if police responded or not.

      • Lola February 27, 2023 (11:40 am)

        Flivver,  no I did not call 911.  I tried calling the Non-Emergency line last week when we had a guy who had pitched his tent on our work property he had tied it off onto a trailer we had.  He refused to leave.  Nobody ever answered the non-emergency line.  Finally at about noon he decided to light his tent on fire and walk away.  Our guys put out the fire them-selves as they saw when he lit it.  I did do an online form about it along with pictures.  I got something back from the City about all of their Grand Plans for the homeless and that someone from their advocacy team would be out to see the damage.  I am not holding my breath that anybody will come. 

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