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Southbound Delridge Way Southwest traffic will be detoured at Southwest Thistle Street beginning March 18 as part of the Delridge Way repaving work being done by the Seattle Department of Transportation.

Detours start on Southbound Delrdge Way SW at Thistle Street Mar. 18

SDOT Press Release
Starting the week of March 18, southbound Delridge Way Southwest traffic will be detoured at Southwest Thistle Street in West Seattle to facilitate roadway reconstruction and storm drain installations. This work is Phase 2 of the Seattle Department of Transportation’s Delridge Way Southwest Paving Project that is rebuilding much of Delridge Way Southwest between Southwest Orchard and Southwest Roxbury streets.

Traffic will be directed:
· West on SW Thistle Street

· South on 35th Avenue SW

· East on SW Trenton Street

· South on Delridge Way SW

The detour is expected to be in place until early June 2013. Northbound traffic on Delridge Way Southwest will be maintained.

Local access and access to businesses will be maintained during project work.

This is a five-phase project. At the completion of Phase 2, the construction activity will move to the Phase 3 section of Delridge Way Southwest between Southwest Thistle and Southwest Holden streets. Please visit the project website for more information: www.seattle.gov/transportation/pave_delridge.htm

The Delridge Way Southwest Paving Project is funded by the Bridging the Gap transportation levy approved by Seattle voters in November 2006.

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