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Latest email update, distributed Feb. 9, 2018

 


Reminder: City of Seattle accepting comments through Feb. 20 on WSDOT’s application for nighttime noise variance; public meeting Feb. 15

Major Public Project Construction Noise Variance

WSDOT recently resubmitted a noise variance application to the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI) for upcoming Montlake Phase construction on SR 520. The technical analysis in the application has not changed. SDCI published the resubmitted application on its website on Jan. 25 and launched a new comment period for the application that runs through Feb. 20, 2018.


How to provide comments

The resubmitted application can be found on SDCI’s Land Use Information Bulletin (Project #3030792). You can submit comments the following ways:

> Mail: SDCI, PRC, P.O. Box 34019, Seattle, WA, 98124-4019 (please reference project # 3030792)

> Email: prc@seattle.gov (please include project #3030792 in the subject line)

> In-person: Public meeting details are below:

Date: Thursday, Feb. 15
Time: 4:30 to 7 p.m. (Note: a presentation begins at 5 p.m., with public comment at 5:30 p.m.)
Location: University of Washington – Kane Hall; Room 110
Address: 4069 Spokane Lane, Seattle, WA 98105

Parking

Transit

  • Bus routes: 44, 48, 49*, 70*, 167, 197*, 271, 277, 540, 541, 542, 556, 589*
  • *Southbound routes only
  • Nearest bus stop: 15th Avenue Northeast & Northeast Campus Parkway is approximately a five-minute walk to Kane Hall
  • Link light rail: U Link light rail station at Husky Stadium is approximately half a mile from Kane Hall.

Already provided a comment?

All comments provided during the March 7-April 20, 2017, public comment period will be considered by SDCI as part of this new comment period. The 2017 comments received by SDCI are available through project #3027364 on SDCI’s Land Use Information Bulletin.


Looking for a weekend destination? Try the SR 520 Trail!

Making plans for the weekend? Don’t forget to include a trip on the SR 520 Trail, which opened across Lake Washington last December! No matter the weather, the trail provides great views of the lake and its surroundings. For more information about how to access the trail or how we’ll extend the trail in the future, visit our new SR 520 Trail webpage. You’ll find maps, bicycle/pedestrian resources and more. In addition, our new SR 520 Trail Flickr album tells a pictorial history of the trail, from the start of construction to last December’s cross-lake opening. We hope to see you out on the trail!

A bicycle leans against a railing on the state route 520 trail. In the background is Lake Washington on a partly cloudy day.


How to reach us and stay informed during WABN construction:

  • Call the 24-hour construction hotline (206-708-4657) with pressing questions or concerns.
  • Email WABN staff with your questions about the project or construction activities.  
  • Visit the WABN project website to find general information about the project.
  • Follow us on Twitter @wsdot_520 to get key news and updates about the SR 520 program.


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The West Approach Bridge North project is the next funded construction phase of the SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program.