07/13/2018 | News release | Distributed by Public on 07/12/2018 22:26
While I-5 is reviving, so should you.
Does anyone else need to recover from the 4th of July holiday?While I-5 is reviving, here's an idea…you should take time to revive you and yours!
In case you missed it in our early week edition of What's Moving Seattle, we announced the next big #ReviveI5 (NB I-5) closure starting this Friday from 8 PM through Monday 5 AM. All NB I-5 lanes from W Seattle Bridge off-ramp to Seneca St will be closed. It happened once already, and Seattle…you were #totallybrilliant!
Staycate with some in-town activities.
Visit for the day or whole weekend!
Join this Saturday or Sunday:
Open your mind up to options. Accept and embrace the closure! Join the revival, and bring snacks…we did more than just survive June 1-4. Seattle, you were resilient!
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If you have to travel north or south, use transit, walk, or bike your way around to reduce congestion stre[Attachment] ss! If your bus gets stuck in congestion, - be prepared. Have your favorite music, a good book, smartphonegame, or a tablet to work on. And if you're driving, click the alternate routes map to the right, for a larger version.
Psych yourself up for delays, and zen out…. knowing that this is the last full Revive I-5 closure of the summer….the final project weekend, Aug. 10-12, is a mere partial NB I-5 reduction. Just a piker.