Welcome to the Seattle waterfront construction information site!

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.

Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure

The Alaskan Way Viaduct permanently closed to traffic on January 11, 2019. The SR-99 Tunnel opened to traffic on February 4, 2019. For more information head to WSDOT’s project page at wsdot.wa.gov/Projects/Viaduct/realign99.

Current construction activity

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Status updates


Colman Dock

  • Colman Dock is open during construction
  • The passenger-only ferry facility has been temporarily relocated to the north side of Colman Dock. Passengers can enter from Alaskan Way between Madison and Marion streets
  • 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. There are no changes to access for people walking or biking onto the ferry.

Pier 62 Rebuild

  • The west side trail will remain closed for the winter between Lenora and Pike streets and will reopen by Memorial Day.
  • Road restoration work on Alaskan Way near Pike Street has been completed. The four lanes of Alaskan Way, the Pike Street crosswalk and the Pike Place Market Garage driveway are now open.

Private Utility Work

  • Private utility companies continue relocation work in preparation for viaduct removal. Expect work along the waterfront near Union, South Main and South Washington streets. Work will be primarily in small areas, and with relatively short durations of single-lane closures and localized parking restrictions.
  • See the map of the private utility work in the area.

How to navigate the site

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.