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Design work finished for Aurora public art project on North 102nd Street pedestrian bridge, installation to begin in late spring

Seattle Department of Transportation has completed design work for the public art project that will be installed on the pedestrian bridge over Aurora Avenue North at North 102nd Street.
The community gave input at a Nov. 12 open house hosted by Aurora Licton Urban Village, and the Public Art Advisory Committee gave its approval later that month. Since then, artist Vicki Scuri and SDOT have been turning her concepts into construction documents.
The art project will be installed in late spring and summer.

Concept drawing courtesy of Seattle Department of Transportation.