of westbound West Mercer St. at 5th Ave. W: Monday, January 6 through Friday,
as early as Monday, January 6, crews will close westbound West Mercer Street
between 4th Avenue West and 5th Avenue West to accommodate deep drainage work. During this work, travelers can expect the
West Mercer Street between 4th Avenue West and 5th Avenue West will be fully
closed beginning the morning of Monday, January 6, through the morning of
Friday, January 10.
traffic on West Mercer Street will be detoured South on 3rd Avenue West and
then westbound on Harrison Street to reconnect to Elliot Avenue West More
information about alternate routes during construction may be found at: http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/mercercorridor.htm.
heading toward the Elliott Avenue West and 15th Avenue West corridor from I-5
should utilize Broad Street and Denny Way or 9th/Westlake Avenue North and
Nickerson Street as alternate routes.
traffic on West Mercer Street will be maintained at all times.
note this work is weather dependent and may be rescheduled in the event of
closures of eastbound Mercer Street between 5th Avenue North and Dexter Avenue
North: January 6-9 and January 13-16.
the evening of Monday, January 6, eastbound Mercer Street between 5th Avenue North
and Dexter Avenue North will be fully closed to traffic at night for
approximately two weeks as crews install lateral storm water connection lines
under the roadway. Nighttime closures will be in effect from 9pm to 5am weekday
evenings. During this work, travelers can expect:
on eastbound Mercer Street will be required to turn right on 5th Avenue North
and re-connect to eastbound Mercer Street via Harrison and eastbound Broad
and southbound 5th Avenue North will remain open to traffic.
to Mercer Street from southbound 5th Avenue North will be via Harrison and
eastbound Broad streets.
sidewalk on Mercer Street will also be closed between 5th Avenue North and
Dexter Avenue North Pedestrians will be detoured to Broad Street.
to multiple high-volume nighttime events at the Seattle Center during these two
weeks, travelers should plan ahead and use alternative routes.