Three notes on the West Seattle Bridge tonight:
LOW BRIDGE CAMERA TICKETING: Two days after using automated cameras in the city to enforce restrictions on low bridges, no data yet – we asked SDOT How quickly information about citation numbers and traffic values would be available, and the bottom line not soon, according to the speaker Ethan Bergerson. “It will take a while before we know how many quotes have been published, as the photos have to be checked by the SPD before a quote is published. We will provide information on the traffic and enforcement of low bridge information at future Community Task Force meetings, although it will be too early to provide data at tomorrow’s meeting. “
MEET TOMORROW: The West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force meets online on Wednesday lunchtime. A preview of the presentation reveals an even busier agenda than you can imagine by looking at the lineup – schedules for work on both the high bridge and low bridge, updates on traffic mitigation projects under Reconnect West Seattle – including those under consideration Aspects of the West Marginal Way SW – and more. You see cam over Youtube Livestream here; You can comment by email at [email protected].
BRIDGE MONEY: As mentioned by two city council members during their meeting on Monday morning, the Puget Sound Regional Council is considering pouring $ 15 million in federal funds into the city to help with high bridge repairs. That is about a third of the very rough early estimate of the cost of the labor. This is an issue at the PSRC meeting on Thursday morning Transport Policy Committee, 9:30 a.m. online. The agenda includes information to watch and comment on.