The wait is almost over! Starting Monday, July 18 cyclists and pedestrians will once again enjoy a direct route to and from downtown Seattle without having to cross the railroad tracks. The new path is located along Alaskan Way S. between S. Atlantic Street and S. King Street. View the map at:

Once the new path opens to the public, the old path will be closed along the east side of the street. Closing the old path gives crews the room they need to build the new SR99.

Come  to the grand opening celebration on Monday, July 18.  WSDOT  representatives are going to be on the north end of the path near S. King Street during Monday’s morning and evening commute, 6:30am – 9:00am  and 4:00pm to 6:00pm. Got a question for WSDOT?  Want to learn more about what the heck is getting built? Stop by and say hello.



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