This Monday and Tuesday, October 10-11, from 7:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. each day, grinding and paving work is scheduled to occur along a section of the Burke-Gilman Trail through campus. The work site will extend from Snohomish Lane (near the UW Power Plant) to just north of Whatcom Lane (near the overpass to the E1 parking lot), and is highlighted on the map below.
During this work, a moving “caravan” of equipment and workers will require approximately 150 feet of length and half the width of the trail at any given time. Flaggers will be stationed at each end of the caravan to facilitate safe passage for trail users around the work site.
Please travel slowly and carefully through this area, and adhere to the instructions given by flaggers. People on bicycles should walk their bicycles or ride very slowly around the work site.
Due to the nature of the work, it may be noisy in the immediate area.
If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact Erik Brihagen at 206-685-1493 (desk) or 206-255-5902 (mobile).
Thank you for your partnership while we accommodate this safety improvement project.
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