How to get to South Park Bridge in Tukwila by Bus


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What are the closest stations to South Park Bridge?

  • The closest stations to South Park Bridge are:
    • 14th Ave S & S Cloverdale St is 353 yards away, 5 min walk
    • 16th Ave S & East Marginal Way S is 367 yards away, 5 min walk
    • S Cloverdale St & 12th Ave S is 655 yards away, 8 min walk

Which Bus lines stop near South Park Bridge?

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Bus and other options are relevant public transportation alternatives that may be used to reach your destination. The following transit lines have routes that pass near South Park Bridge - Bus: 124, 60.

Looking for a stop close to your destination? Try these transit alternatives: 14th Ave S & S Cloverdale St; 16th Ave S & East Marginal Way S; S Cloverdale St & 12th Ave S.

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South Park Bridge, Tukwila
South Park Bridge, Tukwila The South Park Bridge (also called the 14th/16th Avenue South Bridge) is a Scherzer rolling lift double-leaf bascule bridge in Seattle, Washington, United States. The bridge is operated by the King County government, It carries automobile traffic over the Duwamish River near Boeing Field, just outside the city limits of Seattle, and is named for the nearby South Park neighborhood of Seattle. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, as the 14th Avenue South Bridge. The original bridge was constructed in 1929–31. Prior to its 2010 closure for rebuilding, about 20,000 vehicles used the bridge daily, and it was a main connection to South Park's main business district. Due to safety concerns, the bridge was closed to traffic on June 30, 2010, and its bascule draw-span leaves were removed in August 2010. County officials secured funds for replacement of the draw span, and work to replace the bridge began in May 2011. The bridge reopened to traffic on June 30, 2014, retaining much of its original structure, but with new draw-span leaves.
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