Seattle's Central Waterfront is going to be a busy place over the next several years, with multiple construction projects underway. To make it easy for you to stay up to date on what's going on and what's ahead, we've compiled project information all in one place. This site provides general information about current and future public projects. For additional project details, visit the project websites, which can be found in the “Contact Us” page.
- The Alaskan Way Viaduct has been removed except for small sections near the railroad tracks by Pine Street.
- Most work is expected to be complete by November 2019.
- Colman Dock is open during construction
- The new passenger-only ferry facility is open on the south side of Colman Dock.
- All drive-on customers, including cars, trucks, vanpools and motorcycles enter from S. Jackson St. Passenger pickup and drop-off access will remain in front of the terminal building on Alaskan Way.
- When the first part of our new terminal building opens, people walking can use the Marion Street Bridge detour, new stairs/elevators at the southwest corner of the dock and new stairs on Alaskan Way at Columbia Street.
- People riding bicycles will continue to enter near Yesler Way.
Pier 62 rebuild
- West side path is closed until Pier 62 construction is complete.
- Columbia Street remains closed to vehicle traffic between Alaskan Way and 1st Avenue (sidewalks open).
- Western and Post avenues between Marion Street and Yesler Way remain southbound only.
Marine Habitat Improvements
- Daytime work typically 7 AM to 5:30 PM Monday through Friday in preparation for planting.
For more information on current construction activities, click on the projects on the map to the left, or select a project from the list above.