3 C's Help Mercer Traffic Flow and Construction Impacts Diminish

An artist's rendering of the reconfigured Mercer Street corridor and the reconstructed Aurora Street bridge leading into the north portal of the SR99 tunnel now under development.(Photo:  Seattle Dept. of Transportation) As 2014 draws to a close, construction in Seattle presses on with some help from the three C's: Coordination, Communication, and Collaboration. It's been another boom year, following the 2013 surge—a bounce back from the recession.

Learn more about how the South Lake Union Community Council led the effort to help the Seattle Department of Transportation get traffic flowing again along the Mercer Corridor and how its leaders are helping to alleviate the impacts of construction on neighborhood residents. Read the full story in the SDOT Blog.