2011 AAC Georgetown Streets: Ellis Ave S/S Albro Pl /Corson Ave S/East Marginal Way S
Project Update – October 5, 2011
The Original 2011 Georgetown Street Paving Project is now substantially complete!
Additional Paving To Take Place on E Marginal Way between 4th Avenue S and S Michigan Street
In May of 2011, work began to repave several streets in the Georgetown neighborhood:
- Ellis Avenue S between E Marginal Way S and S Albro Street
- S Albro Street between Ellis Avenue S and Stanley Avenue S
- East Marginal Way between 4th Avenue S and the Seattle city limit
- Corson Avenue S between E Marginal Way and S Michigan Street
The original 2011 Georgetown Street Paving Project was substantially complete on September 27, 2011. Additional paving will take place on E Marginal Way between 4th Avenue S and S Michigan Street. As a result of some minor savings in the 2011 paving program, SDOT has elected to extend the project limits to the north to encompass the entire length of E Marginal Way that was originally identified in the BTG plan several years ago before cuts forced a scale back.
We are happy to report that the project has reached substantial completion, ahead of schedule and on budget. Some finishing work remains, and will be completed within the next month to close out the project.
Also in Georgetown, but as part of the Airport Way South Viaduct Over Argo Railroad Yard Rehabilitation Project Airport Way South between S Lucille and S Hardy streets will be paved. For information about the paving portion of that bridge project click here.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will repave several streets in the Georgetown neighborhood in 2011. The project is funded by the “Bridging the Gap” transportation levy approved by Seattle voters in November 2006.
This project will construct pavement maintenance improvements on the following streets:
- Ellis Avenue S from E Marginal Way S to S Albro Place
- S Albro Place from Ellis Avenue S to Stanley Avenue S
- Corson Avenue S from E Marginal Way S to S Michigan Street
- East Marginal Way S from 4th Avenue S to City Limits
The repaving project will improve travel conditions for motor vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, freight, and people needing wheel chair access, while promoting safety for all modes of travel.
- Asphalt and concrete pavement removal and replacement
- New curb ramps and curb bulbs to improve pedestrian mobility
- Traffic detector devices that are bicycle sensitive at traffic signals
- Minor drainage upgrades and utility adjustments
- New pavement and traffic lane markings to improve roadway conditions and traffic safety for all modes of travel
- Begin construction…………………….May 2011
- Substantially complete construction...October 2011
What to Expect During Construction
- Lane closures
- Traffic slowdowns
- Pedestrian detours
- Parking and loading restrictions
- Construction noise and dust
- Instances of weekday, weekend and night work
- Traffic detours
- Regular notices with more schedule and location specific information during construction
George Frost, Project Communications Lead, email@example.com, (206) 615-0786
Susan Byers, Project Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, (206) 733-9076
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