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  2. Alaskan Way - Wikipedia

    Alaskan Way, originally Railroad Avenue, is a street in Seattle, Washington, that runs along the Elliott Bay waterfront from just north of S. Holgate Street in the Industrial District —south of which it becomes East Marginal Way S.— to Broad Street in Belltown, north of which is Myrtle Edwards Park and the Olympic Sculpture Park.

  3. Alaskan Way - Waterfront Seattle

    Alaskan Way Project Status Intersections are designed to provide safe, accessible crossings for people of all ages and abilities ABOUT THE PROJECT Waterfront Seattle is rebuilding Alaskan Way between S King and Pike streets, and has built a new street, Elliott Way, between Alaskan Way and Bell St.

  4. Road built to replace Alaskan Way Viaduct opening within 2 ...

    SEATTLE — A ceremony on Monday marked the beginning of the end of a years-long project to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct and transform Seattle's waterfront. Alaskan Way re-opened to traffic...

  5. Alaskan Way Viaduct - Wikipedia

    The Alaskan Way Viaduct was a double-decker freeway that traveled through Downtown Seattle and SoDo along the western waterfront facing Elliott Bay.

  6. Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Transforming Seattle - WSP

    The Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program was honored by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) with the national 2019 Engineering Excellence Grand Award for Transportation. The project, which also received the ACEC-Washington Gold Award for Transportation, is one of three WSP projects that is currently under consideration for ...

  7. Now that it's all gone: See before & after the Alaskan Way ...

    SEATTLE -- The Alaskan Way Viaduct is officially, totally demolished. The final piece of the months long process to remove the double-decker freeway from Seattle's waterfront was completed...

  8. Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program | WSDOT

    The Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program consists of 30 projects led by the Washington State Department of Transportation, King County, the City of Seattle and the Port of Seattle. The Federal Highway Administration is a partner in this effort. Timeline overview 2007 - 2023 Major project status Construction Funding $3.35 billion

  9. Travel Advisory | Traffic shifting onto new Alaskan Way lanes ...

    Alaskan Way will be closed between Pike and Pine streets from 9 PM to 6 AM for Seattle Aquarium Expansion construction, vehicles will be redirected to Western Ave between University and Wall streets. Officers will be on site to assist with directing traffic.

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