Projects and Construction

Rainier Vista Project

Parking Improvements and System Upgrades

Transportation Services is performing maintenance and service upgrades to a number of parking lots across campus.
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Burke-Gilman Trail

The 1.7 miles of Burke-Gilman Trail that traverse the UW campus will provide a critical connection to the new Link light rail station at Husky Stadium opening March 2016 and the new SR 520 multi-use path opening summer 2017. The University is working closely with regional partners to identify ways to manage the current growth in trail traffic and to develop a comprehensive plan for long-term trail renovation and expansion.
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Hec Edmundson Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge Replacement

The Hec Edmundson Bridge is a pedestrian and bicycle only bridge that crosses Montlake Boulevard Northeast/SR 513, connecting to the west at the Burke-Gilman Trail (BGT) and to the east at the Clarence S. “Hec” Edmundson Pavilion (Hec Ed) and Intramural Activities Center (IMA).
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Montlake Triangle

A new land bridge over Northeast Pacific Place provides an easy, safe and beautiful connection to Rainier Vista and the rest of campus for people walking or bicycling, right at the convergence of the coming new Link light rail station and several major thoroughfares. A pedestrian bridge over Montlake connects the light rail station to the area.
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Link Light Rail

University Link will serve the three largest urban centers in the state of Washington – downtown Seattle, Capitol Hill and the University District.
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SR 520 Project

The SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program is enhancing public safety and mobility by replacing the highway’s aging, vulnerable bridges and making significant transit and roadway improvements throughout the corridor. The construction program’s planned improvements extend from I-5 in Seattle to I-405 in Bellevue.
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For more information:

Elisabeth S. McLaughlin
Program Operations Analyst