The Alaskan Way Viaduct closed on January 11th at 10 p.m., leaving many wondering on what the best ways are to avoid the traffic from the aptly named “Seattle Squeeze.” Before you break out your bike make sure you check your route for any changes from the Viaduct closure. We have gathered some helpful info you will need to hit the road!
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The Alaskan Way Viaduct is closing on January 11th at 10 p.m. Many Seattle commuters are dreading their new commute during the at least 3-week shutdown while the Seattle Tunnel is constructed that has been dubbed the “Viadoom.” With over 90,000 commuters being pushed to side streets and 30,000 bus commuters facing crowded and delayed buses, many are considering working remotely. If working from home is possibility, we have gathered some useful tips and tricks to make working remote a breeze!
The SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct will officially close on January 11th, 2019 at 10 p.m for at least three weeks. Over 30,000 commuters who use public transit will be affected. We have compiled the essential info you will need to know to help make sure you beat the Seattle Squeeze.
On January 11th commuters in Seattle will be forced to change up their daily commute with the closure of the SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct. We have collected the following essential information you need to know about the SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct closure.
In the coming weeks, we're giving you the run down on everything you need to know about Seattle’s Public Transportation, keeping you prepared when the time comes to commute to your new job in the city. We start today with the ORCA Card.