Construction crews continue to put the final touches on a new multiway boulevard in downtown Bothell. Pictured are the northbound lanes of the reshaped Bothell Way NE, between NE 183rd and NE 185th streets. The northbound, brick-lined access lane can be seen to the left of the tree-lined median. Arterial lanes with directional arrows are pictured to the right of the median. The existing southbound access lane, at far right, has been open to traffic since 2014 and features parking for local retail businesses and restaurants. (City of Bothell photo)

Bothell leans European with its new multiway boulevard

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