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Information from the Seattle Department of Transportation
July 21, 5:30 pm, West Seattle Bridge Program Holds Virtual Public Conference Hear more about the work we are doing to reopen the bridge in mid-2022 and ask questions.
Members of our team are working on ongoing repairs at the West Seattle High Bridge (Takahashi), increasing access at the Spokane St. Swing Bridge (Low Bridge), and improving access to West Seattle and its surroundings. Provides up-to-date information about your work. Reconnect West Seattle, Home Zone, and nearby travel options programs. You also have enough time to submit your question. Questions are answered live at the meeting by a panel of team members.
How to attend a meeting
Join us on Wednesday, July 21st, at 5:30 pm, in one of two ways:
- To join on a computer or mobile device | Click the following link to activate Zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89190663370
- To join by phone | Dial (253) 215 8782 Then enter the webinar ID: 891 90663370.
We provide live captions in English and interpreters in Spanish, Mandarin and Vietnamese. If you need information in another language, or if you have other accessibility needs, please call 206-400-7511.
Can’t you have a meeting? There are other ways to learn more and connect with us.
- Meeting records will be posted to us Web page, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, Khmer, Somali, Oromo with subtitles.
- (206) Please call 400-7511 and leave a message. Someone will call you back in your preferred language.
- Please contact us by phone or email email@example.com Request a briefing to the community or neighborhood group.
This is a preview of some updates to share about the work in progress in and around the bridge.
The West Seattle Skyscraper is scheduled to reopen in mid-2022.
We know that the closure of bridges poses a major challenge. Our team is working hard. The first repairs to stabilize the bridge have been completed and the final repairs will begin this fall. Thank you for your patience and resilience. For more information on Takahashi repair, please click here...
Travel options and ways you can help
The streets are getting crowded as the COVID restrictions are lifted.we are Working on building a project Promote safety and minimize the impact on nearby traffic. You can help too! Skip the drive if possible.. You can ride a bike, walk, roll, scoop, ride a bus or ferry, join Vanpool or stay locally.
Do not drive the Spokane St Swing Bridge (Low Bridge) unless approved
The low bridge is closed to most vehicles from 5 am to 9 pm on weekdays and from 8 am to 9 pm on weekends. Unauthorized vehicles will receive a $ 75 ticket. Check if you are eligible to drive a low bridge or apply for access Here.. The low bridge remains open to anyone walking, biking or rolling.
We also share updates on ongoing rehabilitation efforts to keep the low bridge strong, long-term replacement plans, and opportunities to continue participating in the West Seattle Bridge Program.
REMINDER: West Seattle Bridge virtual public meeting set for July 21; SDOT says they are on track to reopen mid 2022 Source link REMINDER: West Seattle Bridge virtual public meeting set for July 21; SDOT says they are on track to reopen mid 2022