Washington State Route 519

Washington State Route 519

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Washington State Route 519

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State Route 519 is a highway entirely within the city of Seattle, slightly over a mile in length. Defined by the legislature as "beginning at a junction with state route number 90 in Seattle, thence westerly, and northerly to the Washington state ferry terminal," it begins at the end of Interstate 90 at the intersection of 4th Avenue S. and Edgar Martinez Drive S., runs west over Edgar Martinez Drive S. to Alaskan Way S., and then turns north and ends at Washington State Ferries' Colman Dock on Elliott Bay.


When SR 519 was designated in 1992, the terminus of I-90 intersected directly with 4th Avenue S. SR 519 began at that intersection, ran south to the intersection of 4th Avenue S. and S. Royal Brougham Way, turned west on Royal Brougham, crossed the tracks of the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway, and ran to the intersection of Royal Brougham and Alaskan Way S. There, it turned north, and ran to Colman Dock.

In spring 2004, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) finished Phase 1 of its South Seattle Intermodal Access project, which involved the closure of the I-90 on- and off-ramps at 4th Avenue S., the extension of S. Atlantic Street (now known as Edgar Martínez Drive S.) over the rail tracks, and the connection of this new bridge to new ramps to I-90. Interstate 90 eastbound now begins at the intersection of 4th Avenue S. and Edgar Martinez Drive S. However, SR 519 was still...
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