Bremerton ferry riders need to know this

Alaskan Way will shift to a temporary roadway under the Alaskan Way Viaduct starting Jan. 7 and continuing throughout the Seawall Project (completion in 2016).

Starting Jan. 10, all traffic access to ferry queuing lanes, including van pools and freight,  will move to the north, from Madison Street to Spring Street.

Later this month, the fountain and benches at the south side of Colman Dock will be removed (replaced at project completion), and the Yesler Way driveway will shift to the north.

Pedestrian and bicycle access will be maintained.

Contact the Seawall Project with questions via email ( or on the 24 hour hotline (206.618.8584).

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