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"If you're ride to work includes a ferry you want to plan ahead. So you don't miss your boat. That's the advice from state ferry service. Where Brock bender says be ready for traffic during the vita closure. Buses are -ticipant to Ryan about five or ten minutes behind. However, the ferry vessels are planning to arrive and depart on time. So we won't hold them to match the bus schedule on either side if they are running late bender says they've made arrangements. So the green lights run long enough. To clear out Colman dock when a ferry and lows, but once you're on the street, you'll have to face the same traffic is everyone else. So they recommend taking a bus Strother shared option on both sides of the water Friday night. We say goodbye to something that's been a part of the landscape and your drive in Seattle for sixty five years. Komo's Ryan Harris tells us the early history though, viaduct doesn't sound much different than the modern version in the early part of the twentieth century Seattle went from exactly one car is history. Links Jennifer ought rope to traffic backups through downtown. And along the waterfront, partly due to the fact that there were not a lot of traffic allies or traffic lights in the early years. But it was also a tremendous number of people on city streets Vieria needed a way to bypass Seattle on the road between Everett and Tacoma pen that gave birth to the idea of a viaduct and a fervent debate with those who said a tunnel was better. Civil engineer. He did the plane of Seattle in nineteen eleven. It's almost funny. How much she was relying on subway tunnel. After decades of study and scrapped plans, including arguments over whether a viaduct should have ramps."