It’s going to be a few more months before Seattle’s Fairview Avenue Bridge returns to service. Slowdowns due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic have pushed the opening from spring to summer.
This vital connection between South Lake Union and the Eastlake neighborhood has been out of action since late 2019, but it’s not quite ready to reopen.
“There’s a lot of sidewalk work, bike lanes, landscaping, that type of thing, that will really tie the bridge into the approaches,” said Marylin Yim, the project manager. “Almost there, but not quite.
The project has hit some key milestones
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