Neighborhood Crossing Improvements

We’re making crossing improvements in several locations throughout the City of Seattle to improve places for people walking, biking, and driving. Construction started earlier this January and will last through early 2019.

What’s happening now?

We are now working at 30th Ave S and S Graham St to improve the connection to Chief Sealth Trail. As soon as Tuesday, April 23, we will close S Graham St at the west side of 30th Ave S to install a new Rapid Flashing Beacon (RFB) and drainage improvements. We will also close 30th Ave S on the south side of S Graham St to complete installation of curb ramps and provide sufficient space between people and the active work zone. To see the detour for Chief Sealth Trail and construction impacts, please review the April Construction Notice

Work resumed at 35th Ave SW/SW Dawson St on Monday, April 15. We have completed most of the work at 35th Ave SW and SW Juneau St, though you may see crews in the area reseeding disturbed landscaping and completing striping. To learn more about these improvements, visit the 35th Ave SW Road Corridor Safety Project.  

What to expect?

Construction impacts will vary by location and we will address each site uniquely through our construction notices (see below for site-specific information). In general, please expect:

  • Typical work hours from 7 AM – 4 PM, Monday through Friday
  • Noise, vibrations, and dust during work hours
  • Equipment and materials near the project area
  • “No Park” signs placed in work area 72 hours in advance of work starting
  • Temporary and intermittent traffic and lane restrictions and/or pedestrian detours; signage and flaggers may direct people through the work zone

Site Locations

Locations are listed in alphabetical order.

14th Ave E / E Columbia St

30th Ave S / S Graham St

35th Ave NE / NE 135th St / Erikson Pl NE

35th Ave SW between SW Dawson St and SW Kenyon St

Beacon Ave S between S Morgan St and S Warsaw St

Clay St and Alaskan Way

  • Curb ramps to improve safety and accessibility
  • Funded by Freight Program


Crews will work at more than one location at once, throughout the City. Work began in early January and we expect work to be completed in early 2019.

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