Mercer West: Open House (Sept. 21, 2010)
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Mercer West: Open House (Sept. 21, 2010)

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A brief overview presentation that was shown at SDOT's Open House for the Mercer West Project.

A brief overview presentation that was shown at SDOT's Open House for the Mercer West Project.

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Mercer West: Open House (Sept. 21, 2010) Mercer West: Open House (Sept. 21, 2010) Presentation Transcript

  • Project Overview
  • 2
    Completing the Vision for Two-Way Mercer St From I-5 to Elliott Ave W
    WEST MERCER PLACE
    TWO-WAY CONVERSION
    MERCER UNDERPASS
    • Add a New Option for Freight From I-5 to Interbay
    • Connect the Uptown and S Lake Union Urban Centers
    • Enhance Transit Access
    • Create a Direct Connection From I-5 and SR 99 to Seattle Center, Uptown, Queen Anne, and Interbay
    • Improve Pedestrian and Bicycle Connection Across SR 99
  • 3
    West Mercer Place
    Evaluate Feasibility and Need For:
    Second Eastbound Lane Extension
    Sidewalk Addition
    Intersection of W Mercer Pl and Elliott Ave W Improvements
    Project Coordination: Kinnear Park, RapidRide
  • 4
    Fifth Ave N to Fifth Ave W
    Two Lanes in Each Direction on Mercer St (Fifth Ave N – Second Ave W)
    One Lane Each Direction on Roy St (Fifth Ave N – Queen Anne Ave N)
    Bike Lanes on Roy St
    All Changes Within the Existing Street Right-of-Way
    Project Coordination: Seattle Center, RapidRide
  • 5
    Existing Underpass at Aurora
    • Four Eastbound Lanes
    • Five-Foot Sidewalks
  • 6
    Widened Underpass at Aurora (conceptual)
    • Three Lanes in Each Direction
    • Median/Left-Turn Lane
    • Bicycle Path
    • 12-16’ Sidewalks
    • Project Coordination: WSDOT (Viaduct Replacement), Mercer East,The Gates Foundation, Lake to Bay Trail, Seattle Center
  • 7
    Sixth Ave N
    Straight Curved
  • 8
    Straight Sixth Ave N
  • 9
    Curved Sixth Ave N
  • 10
    If you have any questions, please visit:
    http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/mercer_west.htm
    Or contact:
    Eric Tweit
    Mercer West Project Manager
    mercerwest@seattle.gov
    (206) 684-8834