On January 11, 2019, the Alaskan Way Viaduct will close forever,
marking the beginning of a five-year period of growth and an increase
in challenges for getting around Seattle. This five-year phase is being
called the Seattle Squeeze. As we face more congestion and additional
street closures and delays, things will get tougher before they get better.
All this will be worth it, but
everyone needs to start preparing now and have a plan for how they are
getting around during the Seattle Squeeze.
What Can You Do?
Try transit, biking, walking,
carpooling or vanpools.
For more information on the project click here.
How can Moovit help you?
- Check when your bus, light rail or train is coming in real time with Moovit’s flashing arrival estimates. Learn more here: Moovit Real Time.
- For the latest information check @seattledot, @soundtransit & @KCMetro for up-to-the-minute alerts and information (remember twitter feeds also appear within the app in the main menu under agency alerts)
- Always check service alerts found connected to the lines and in the agency alerts tab in the more menu, to make sure you have the latest information
- Make sure to check for changes to schedules before getting on-board
You ride, we guide.