More overnight rolling slowdowns on I-5 this week

The work for the Lynnwood Link Extension will impact traffic between Lynnwood and north Seattle.

LYNNWOOD — Prepare for more overnight rolling slowdowns on I-5 between Lynnwood and north Seattle, Oct. 22 through 25.

On-ramps to I-5 along this corridor also will be affected.

Crews are relocating existing overhead power lines for Sound Transit’s Lynnwood Link Extension project.

The slowdowns start just before midnight and will run until 4 a.m. the next day.

The state Department of Transportation said drivers should expect delays and consider using alternate routes during construction.

Real-time traffic information is available on WSDOT’s mobile app.

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