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CG Base Seattle Traffic Update

 

Google Maps directions to Base Seattle, courtesy LCDR Jonathan Stehn

 

New ramp to the Base for those using I-5, courtesy RADM Bert Kinghorn:

 

1. Get off I-5 at the Edgar Martinez (4th Avenue S.) exit. 

2. Go west until you come to the very last stop light which is just before the viaduct.

3.  Against all your intuitive urges, turn RIGHT away from the CG Base which is right in front of you and onto a ramp that seems to lead to downtown Seattle. 

4.  The ramp will bend around toward Elliot Bay and finally dump you out on grade right in front of the Base. 

5.  Turn right into the base as normal when approaching from the North.

 

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Last updated: November 16, 2017

To view this information geographically, visit SDOT's Travelers Information Map

HIGHLIGHTS: 

November 16: Westbound SR520 closed between Bellevue and Montlake Blvd. Thursday night.

 

November 18: 1st Ave. N. closed between Denny Way and John St. during crane work.

 

November 18: Washington Huskies host the Utah Utes at 7:30PM at Husky Stadium.

 

November 20: Seattle Seahawks host the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football at 5:30PM at CenturyLink Field.

 

November 24: Annual My Macy's Holiday Parade in Downtown Seattle Friday morning; annual tree lighting, starlighting, and fireworks display Friday evening.

 

November 25: Washington Huskies host the Washington State Cougars in the 110th annual Apple Cup at Husky Stadium.  Kickoff TBA.

 

November 26: Seattle Marathon and Half Marathon will take place on Seattle streets between the Seattle Center and Seward Park.

 

Comprehensive construction look-ahead

 

Note: Information subject to change. Additional construction or events may be planned in the Seattle area.
Questions? Contact:
construction.coordination@seattle.gov or call 206-684-ROAD

WEBMASTER'S NOTE:  We update this page weekly.  Please observe any barricades, be very careful in crosswalks, and watch for pedestrians and bicycles along Alaskan Way.