ROAD-WORK ALERT: RapidRide H Line construction sites ‘paused’
(Metro photo: Crews digging utility trenches along 15th Avenue SW)
The ongoing concrete-drivers strike has put some RapidRide H Line-related construction work on pause in White Center, as well as West Seattle and Burien. From a Metro advisory:
Due to regional concrete supply issues, construction at the following locations have been paused temporarily:
15th Avenue SW and SW Roxbury Street
15th Avenue SW and SW 102nd Street
15th Avenue SW and SW 107th Street
26th Avenue SW and SW Roxbury Street
Ambaum Boulevard SW and SW 112th Street
Ambaum Boulevard SW, between SW 116th Street and SW 122nd Street
Ambaum Boulevard SW and SW 128th Street
Ambaum Boulevard SW and SW 136th Street
Ambaum Boulevard SW and SW 142nd Street
We are adjusting our schedule and plans to manage delays and impacts. Construction will resume once the supply issues are resolved. Once construction restarts, we expect work to last approximately 4 weeks as crews complete the remaining activities.
Metro Route 120 is scheduled to become the H Line in September 2022. See the entire advisory by going here.
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December 24th, 2021 at 3:35 pm
It has appeared that the work on Ambaum Boulevard has been paused for some time. The area through the curves are dangerous and I have not seen much progress. It is taking way too long.