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South Park Bridge - Getting around without the bridge

South Park is open for business—and fun!

Closure of the South Park Bridge removes an entryway to South Park, but there are many other routes into this community—and plenty of reasons to visit!

Getting Around South Park Without the Bridge brochure

How do you get to South Park?

Watch the Seattle Channel video celebrating South Park! Learn about the many different businesses in the area; from wineries to restaurants to industry. With the bridge out, some people ask: "How do you get to South Park?" It's easy to access - see how some residents are getting creative when it comes to their commutes.

Commuting options in South Park

Traffic headaches on the 1st Ave. S. Bridge can only get worse after the South Park Bridge closes June 30th. To escape the stress of driving and save some money, consider your South Park neighborhod commuting options. (209KB .pdf)

South Park Bridge commuting options

Traffic routing map

Map featuring primary and alternate routes around the South Park neighborhood (845KB .pdf), location of changes to intersection signals and pavement marking improvements, and more.

South Park Bridge traffic routing map

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) e-mail alerts

Sign-up to receive traffic advisories via SDOT's Great Duwamish e-mail list.External link Advisories cover traffic in SODO along the Duwamish River to the city limits, Harbor Island, South Park, Beacon Hill and Georgetown.

Transit options

  • Route 60: Westbound service to White Center. Eastbound service to Georgetown, Beacon Hill, First Hill, and Capital Hill.
  • Route 131/134: Northbound service to downtown by way of Georgetown and Airport Way. Southbound service to Burien, Normandy Park, and Des Moines.
  • Route 132: Northbound service to Downtown by way of 1st Avenue. Southbound service to Burien, Normandy Park, and Des Moines.
  • Get trip planning information from Metro.

Information on the South Park Bridge website is available to people with disabilities in alternate formats upon request by calling 206-477-3839 or 711 for the TTY relay service.

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South Park Bridge info line:

King County Department of Transportation
DeAnna Martin
201 S. Jackson St.,
Seattle, WA 98104-3856
Voice: 206-477-3839
TTY relay: 711