Madison Street Bus Rapid Transit
Seattle Department of Transportation
15,480 Linear Ft.
Railroad, Rapid Transit
KPFF Consulting Engineers
CONSTRUCTION PLAN AND SCHEDULE
The Madison BRT Project’s anticipated construction start date is the first quarter of 2018, and construction is scheduled for completion by the end of 2019. The majority of construction activities will occur along Madison Street from 1st Avenue to MLK Jr. Way E., Spring Street from 1st Avenue to 9th Avenue, and the proposed bus layover area near MLK Jr. Way and East Arthur Way will also be impacted by construction.
MENG Analysis developed $18,488,000 worth of cast saving proposals.
The most significant Madison BRT Project construction activities include:
Construction of a new Trolley Overhead (TOH) system on Spring Street from 1st Ave to 9th Ave, on 9th Ave between Spring Street and Madison Street, and on Madison Street between 19th Ave and MLK Way
Relocations and modifications of existing TOH systems throughout the rest of the corridor
Construction of a new Traction Power Sub Station near Madison Street and 24th Avenue
Full Depth PCCP roadway restoration under proposed BRT Travel Lanes corridor wide
Construction of three center loading BRT station raised platforms within the corridor
Construction of 14 curb side loading BRT station raised platforms within the corridor
Traffic Signal upgrades and modifications throughout the corridor, including extensive conduit work
Roadway curb widening occurring on seven blocks of Madison Street
Sidewalk restoration and repairs impacting approximately 75 block faces. Existing ADA ramp impacts at approximately 175 ramps
Storm water detention system construction underneath Madison Street
Corridor-wide roadway restriping