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July 1, 2022
Paving and watermain installation continue. No weekend work in observations of the holiday weekend.

Construction for the project is currently 30% complete. Crews for Madison BRT are working to make progress on construction as safely and efficiently as possible. Typical work hours are between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. The contractor has obtained a noise variance to complete construction activities within allowable noise limits for work outside these hours.
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Upcoming work highlights:
  • No weekend work July 1 – 4
  • During the week of July 4 and July 11
    • Terry closed to north/south traffic at Madison St
    • Paving in the following locations:
      • On the southside of Spring between 3rd and 6th Avenues
      • On the southside of Madison St between 9th and Boren Avenues
    • Sidewalk installation at the following locations:
      • On the southside of Madison St between 2nd and 3rd Avenues
      • On the northside of Madison between 5th and 6th Avenues
      • On the southside of Spring St between 7th and 9th Avenues
    • Watermain installation on E Madison between Broadway/11th, Denny Way/23rd Avenue, and 24th/25th - expect some service interruptions and nightwork
  • Weekend work July 8 – 10
    • Electrical work in the north/south crossings of the Spring and 3rd Avenue intersection
    • Paving on the north side of the Madison and 6th intersection
    • Roadway demo and paving on southside of Madison St between Boren and Summit
    • Daytime water outages* between E Denny Way and 25th Avenue at the following locations
      • On 25th Ave between E Denny Way and E Roy St starting July 8
      • On 26th Ave between E Denny Way and E Thomas St starting July 10
      • On E Thomas St between 26th and 27th Avenues starting July 10
*For questions about water outages, visit  SPU’s water outage map or call SPU’s 24/7 Operations Response Center at 206-386-1800
Work areas: 
Detours and lane reductions:
To make space for construction and to keep people traveling safe, our contractor regularly installs short- and long-term detours.
Full closures:
  • Full closure on Union St between 12th and 13th Avenues
    • Eastbound traffic on Union is detoured on Madison St to 19th Avenue
    • Westbound traffic is detoured from Union to 14th Avenue; then left on Madison St to continue traveling west
Traffic reduced to one lane at:
  • Madison/E Madison St:
    • Between 1st and 4th Avenues
    • Between 7th and Boren Avenues
    • Between Broadway and 13th Ave
    • Between 20th and 23rd Avenues
    • Between 24th and Thomas
  • On Spring St:
    • Between 1st and 6th avenues
Sidewalk/crosswalk closures and pedestrian detours:
  • On Madison/E Madison St:
    • Southeast corner of 1st and Madison
    • On the southside between 2nd and 3rd Avenues
    • On the northside between 5th and 6th Avenues
    • Between Broadway and 11th – daily closures on the north and south side.
    •     Please follow detour signs around the work areas.
    • On the southside between 24th and 25th Avenues
  • On Spring St:
    • On the southside between 7th and 8th Avenues
  • On the northside Union St between 12th and 13th Avenues
  • On the westside of 13th Ave between Union and Madison
  • At Broadway Court, 10th Ave and 11th Ave Between Madison and E Union Streets
    • We will only close sidewalks one at a time.
  • On the southside of Terry between Madison and Marion Streets (see map above):
    • Pedestrians will only be able to cross east/west
    • North/south crossings will be closed on Terry – to cross north/south please use 9th and Boren Avenues
  • At Denny Way:
    • North/south crossings on the east and west side
      • Only one crossing will be closed at a time. Please cross Madison as needed when traveling east/west.
King County Metro bus stop closures or relocations
As construction activities continue, bus stops on the project corridor will temporarily close or relocate as needed. Please visit King County Metro’s Transit Alerts page to learn more about these closures or relocations.
Upcoming construction activities
Downtown: Street and sidewalk paving continue
  • During the week of July 4 and July 11:
    • On Madison St:
      • Sidewalk demo on the southeast corner of 1st Avenue and Madison
      • Sidewalk work on the south side of Madison between 2nd and 3rd Avenues
      • Sidewalk and bus stop installation on the north side of Madison between 5th and 6th Avenues
        • Night and weekend work in the Madison/6th Avenue planned for July 8 & 9
        • Expect curb lane closures during work between 5th and 6th Avenues
    • On Spring St:
      • Paving and electrical adjustments on the south side of Spring St between 3rd and 6th Avenues
  • During the weekend of July 8 - 10:
    • Crosswalk work on the North and South Crossings of Spring Street at 3rd Avenue
      • East/west travel on Spring St will be accessible
      • North/south travel on 3rd Avenue will be closed
      • Pedestrians will be detoured around the work area
    • Paving on the northwest corner of Madison St and 6th Avenue
First Hill: Paving on Madison St and sidewalk work on Spring St continue
  • During the week of July 4 and July 11:
    • On E Madison St:
      • Crews will wrap up paving on the south side of Madison between 7th and 9th avenues
      • Roadway demo and paving on the south side of Madison between 9th to Boren Avenues continues
        • Roadway demo and paving will progress east to Boren and Summit as early as the weekend of July 9
      • Pole removals from Boren and Broadway
      • Crews will install temporary signals on Madison between Boren and Broadway
      • Crews will install temporary lighting from 7th Avenue  to Broadway
    • On Spring St:
      • Sidewalk demo and electrical work on the south side of Spring between 7th and 8th Avenues
    • On Terry Ave:
      • Full closure on the southside of Terry between Madison and Marion
        • Drivers will be detoured to Boren or 9th Avenue via Marion
        • Pedestrians will only be able to cross east/west
        • North/south crossings will be closed on Terry – to cross north/south please use 9th and Boren Avenues
Capitol Hill: Watermain installation continues in multiple locations; expect night and weekend work and service interruptions
  • During the week of July 4 and July 11:
    • On E Madison St:
      • Watermain installation at the following locations*
        • Between 20th Avenue and Denny Way
        • Between Broadway and 11th Avenue
        • Between 12th and 15th Avenues
      • Temporary signal installation at E Madison St and 11th Avenue
      • Pole foundation installation continues east of 12th Avenue
    • On E Union St:
      • Crews will wrap up duct bank installation between 12th and 13th Avenues
      • Crews will continue watermain installation from Union to Madison
      • Roadway demo and paving on the south side of Madison
*For questions about water outages, visit  SPU’s water outage map or call SPU’s 24/7 Operations Response Center at 206-386-1800
Madison Valley: Watermain installation continues on Madison St 
  • During the week of June 27 and July 4:
    • On E Madison St:
      • Nearby residents may experience water outages* during the day in the following areas during watermain installation between E Denny Way and E Thomas St:
        • On 25th Ave between E Denny Way and E Roy St starting July 8
        • On 26th Ave between E Denny Way and E Thomas St starting July 10
        • On E Thomas St between 26th and 27th Avenues starting July 10
    • Watermain installation on E Madison St between 24th Avenue and Thomas
    • PSE is doing work at 27th - crews will progress east as work continues
*For questions about water outages, visit  SPU’s water outage map or call SPU’s 24/7 Operations Response Center at 206-386-1800
Thank you for your patience during construction!
If you have concerns about accessibility or other issues with construction, please send us your address, contact information, and concerns so we can better understand and work together throughout construction. You can complete our construction survey in English, Chinese (traditional), Korean, or Vietnamese or you can reach us at MadisonBRT@Seattle.gov or call (206) 484-2780.
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Thank you!

Adonis Ducksworth – RapidRide G Line Outreach Lead
MadisonBRT@Seattle.gov
(206) 484-2780
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If you have specific questions, or would like to schedule a meeting or briefing, please email us at MadisonBRT@seattle.gov or call us at 206-484-2780. 

Hadaaad mashruucan suaalo ka qabtit email noo soo dir:
MadisonBRT@seattle.gov ama nasoo wac: 206-484-2780.

Nếu bạn co cau hỏi về dự an, vui long gửi email cho chung toi theo địa chỉ
MadisonBRT@seattle.gov hoặc gọi cho chung toi theo số 206-484-2780.

如果您對本工程有任何疑問,請電郵 MadisonBRT@seattle.gov 或致電
206-484-2780.

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