October 21, 2013 at 3:50 PM
Tuesday march against police brutality could clog Seattle streets
A march during Tuesday’s National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality is expected to clog some Seattle streets.
More than 100 participants are expected for for an hour-long rally that begins 5:30 p.m. at Seattle Central Community College.
At 6:30 p.m., the protesters will march from the college and head south on Broadway to East Pike Street. The march will then head east on Pike to 12th Avenue, south on 12th to East Union Street and east on Union to 13th Avenue.
The march will then head north on 13th to East Pine, west on Pine to 12th Avenue and north on 12th to East Olive. The march will head west on Olive to 11th Avenue, head south on 11th to East Pike , west on East Pike to 1oth Avenue. Marchers will turn north on 1oth and head to East Pine, where they will march west on Pine back to Seattle Central Community College.
Seattle police will escort the marchers. Motorists should anticipate possible traffic delays especially on Pine, Pike and 12th Avenue, according to the City of Seattle.
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