The Magnolia Bridge and Galer Street Flyover, pictured in the mid-2000s. Photo courtesy of the Seattle Municipal Archives
The Magnolia Bridge and Galer Street Flyover, pictured in the mid-2000s. Photo courtesy of the Seattle Municipal Archives

The Seattle Department of Transportation has announced four community drop-in sessions throughout the month of June to gather feedback and discuss the three possible alternatives currently being considered as part of the Magnolia Bridge planning study. 

Representatives from SDOT will be at Uptown Espresso (3223 W. McGraw St.) from 8 to 10 a.m. on June 12 and 21, and at the Magnolia Park parking lot (1461 Magnolia Blvd. W.) from 5 to 7 p.m. on June 14 and 20, as part of the department's effort to keep the public updated on its work to maintain the mobility needs of the neighborhood while identifying cost-feasible options to replace the functions served by the existing bridge. The information presented will be the same at each session, allowing interesting parties to attend the drop-in that is most convenient for them. 

An online open house and survey with the same information will be open from June 13 to July 1 at www.seattle.gov/transportation/magnoliabridgeplanning. For questions or comments, write to magnoliabridge@seattle.gov.