Upcoming closures to southbound I-5 in Mountlake Terrace. (Sound Transit)

Upcoming closures to southbound I-5 in Mountlake Terrace. (Sound Transit)

I-5 southbound lanes to close overnight in Mountlake Terrace

Work is scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday to 8 a.m. Sunday this weekend and next. One lane will remain open.

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Road work is scheduled to close portions of southbound I-5 overnight in Mountlake Terrace during the next two weekends.

To prepare for Lynnwood Link light rail construction, three southbound lanes of I-5 between 220th Street SW and Highway 104 will be closed starting at 8 p.m. Saturday and lasting until 8 a.m. Sunday. One lane will remain open.

The 220th onramp and the off-ramp to 104 will also be closed. The closures are set to occur this Saturday and again Saturday, Sept. 14.

Some buses will be rerouted at the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center.

Crews will be re-striping and setting up concrete barriers.

Sound Transit said drivers should expect delays and consider using alternative routes.

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