Frank Taylor, owner of Frank’s Barbershop and Salon, reads the back of the city sign describing the construction that will start soon on Madison Street. Taylor is one of the merchants along Madison Street who expects traffic congestion  and access for customers and deliveries to worsen during the roadwork. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Frank Taylor, owner of Frank’s Barbershop and Salon, reads the back of the city sign describing the construction that will start soon on Madison Street. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
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‘Many beloved businesses’ could vanish in Seattle’s RapidRide construction, merchants warn

As contractors get ready to tear up streets and install the RapidRide G Line, bus stops, curb ramps and other amenities, businesses along Madison Street worry about how customers and deliveries will get to their doors. Updated

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