Transportation officials are warning commuters of delays in the area near West Commodore Way.
Transportation crews are repairing a stretch of West Commodore Way near Seattle’s Ballard Locks, including a broken sewer line, which will keep the road closed on weekdays for up to six weeks, officials said.
Beginning Tuesday, crews closed the road near 33rd Avenue West to start the emergency repair work. The closure will continue between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays until further notice, the Seattle Department of Transportation said.
Commuters and bus routes in the surrounding area can expect delays. Crews now are rerouting traffic at 40th Avenue West and 27th Avenue West, the department said in a news release.