Sound Transit’s park-and-ride project will take place for approximately six weeks. Courtesy graphic

Sound Transit’s park-and-ride project will take place for approximately six weeks. Courtesy graphic

Recoating and pavement-marking project on tap

Changes come to MI Park and Ride

  • Thursday, September 24, 2020 12:33pm
  • News

Sound Transit’s contractor was scheduled to begin recoating and pavement-marking work on the Mercer Island Park and Ride upper deck as early as Sept. 21. They will also restripe the parking stalls on the approximately 26,000-square-foot top deck.

The estimated six-week project was initially set to start on Sept. 14, but was delayed by air-quality and weather issues.

During the project — set to occur between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday-Friday — parking will still be available in portions of the top deck and in the lower deck.


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