Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel - Wikipedia
Getting around using the tunnel. The new tunnel will provide a direct route under downtown from the stadiums to the Space Needle. The south end connects to Alaskan Way and downtown, the north end connects to Seattle Center and South Lake Union.
Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel - Wikipedia
When the Alaskan Way Viaduct closes Jan. 11, 2019, three solid weeks of construction begin. Crews will work around the clock to move State Route 99 off the viaduct and into the new, two-mile SR 99 tunnel beneath downtown Seattle.
WSDOT - The new SR 99 tunnel under downtown Seattle
10/16/2018 · The tunnel will be a more direct route for drivers who want to get through downtown. On the other hand, the tunnel will not have the same ramps to downtown at Seneca St., Columbia St., and Western Ave. as the current viaduct does.
Alaskan Way Viaduct - Home
The “First Downtown Seattle” Tunnel Long before the SR 99 tunnel and the downtown bus/light rail tunnel, a railroad tunnel was constructed downtown between Washington and Virginia streets. A fascinating story about the tunnel is reported by Feliks Banel – broadcaster, filmmaker and historian – on mynorthwest.com .
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The “First Downtown Seattle” Tunnel - BNSF Northwest
A grand opening celebration for the State Route 99 tunnel through downtown Seattle is slated for February 2-3, 2019, the Washington State Department of Transportation announced Thursday.
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Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel All tunnel buses to transition to surface streets March 23, 2019 … The DSTT is a 1.3 mile-long pair of tunnels for public transit that run north and south under 3rd Avenue through Downtown Seattle.