This just in: “Mercer Corridor Project: SR 99 lane restrictions to start Monday, April 22; continue through Mercer Corridor project construction. FromDOT_Mercerinfo <>
on Tues., Apr 9, 2013″

Dear SR 99 neighbors,

As you may know, the Seattle Department of Transportation’s Mercer Corridor Project has been working since 2010 to convert Mercer Street to two-way traffic between I-5 and 9th Avenue N. The next phase of construction, known as Mercer West, is scheduled to begin this month in order to complete the two-way connection between 9th Avenue N and 5th Avenue W and connect surrounding neighborhoods to the SR 99 Tunnel. During this phase, the Mercer Corridor Project will be working on the SR 99 Aurora overpass and replacing it with a new structure that accommodates a widened Mercer Street. To do this, SR 99 will need to be restricted to two lanes in each direction throughout Mercer West construction anticipated to be complete in mid-2015.

Below you will find information regarding the first impact to SR 99 that the Mercer Corridor Project has scheduled to begin April 22:

Following the morning commute on Monday, April 22, Mercer Corridor Project crews will reduce SR 99 to two lanes in each direction between Harrison and Roy streets. The curb lane and sidewalk of both northbound and southbound SR 99 will be closed to accommodate early construction work associated with the West Phase of Mercer Corridor construction and the rebuilding of the SR 99 Aurora

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  • Lane reductions on SR 99 will continue throughout the West Phase of the Mercer Corridor Project which is anticipated to be complete in mid-2015.
  • The Broad Street off-ramp from southbound SR 99 will be closed beginning on April 22 and will remain closed through the duration of Mercer West construction.
  • ·Early warning signs and alternate route information will be available in advance of SR 99 lane restrictions. Travelers should plan ahead for significant delays and use alternate routes when possible.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Mercer Project Team by replying to this email, or by calling our 24-hour construction hotline at 206-419-5818.

More information about the Mercer Corridor Project and its associated impacts can also be found on our project website:


Mercer Corridor Project Team