The fun continues, Capitol Hill. Remember to sleep with earplugs Friday night if you live around the red wall. A large concrete pour at the north end of the station is set to begin at 6 a.m. on March 22, with prep starting even earlier at 5 a.m. That’s what you need to know; here are the details:
Update: Capitol Hill Station
March 20, 2014
Saturday work at the Capitol Hill Station site – March 22, 2014
Sound Transit’s contractor has obtained a noise variance from the City of Seattle for the morning of Saturday March 22, beginning as early as 5 a.m. in order to complete a large concrete pour at the north end of the station. The contractor plans to be on-site at 5 a.m. to set up and begin the pour at 6 a.m.
What to expect during this work:
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For issues that need immediate attention after normal business hours, call Sound Transit’s 24-hour Construction Hotline at (888) 298-2395
The University Link Extension project extends the existing light rail service to the north connecting the University of Washington and Capitol Hill to downtown Seattle and the airport. The project includes 3.15 miles of new tunnel track and two underground stations: one at Capitol Hill and one at the University of Washington. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2016 for operation.
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