Overnight work could slow traffic on Highway 522 this summer

Two weekend closures in late July and early August will mean a 24-mile detour for eastbound drivers.

Crews are set to repave a 4-mile stretch of Highway 522 between Maltby and Monroe this summer. Work on the eastbound lanes of the Snohomish River Bridge will prompt a 24-mile detour in late July. (Washington State Department of Transportation image)

Crews are set to repave a 4-mile stretch of Highway 522 between Maltby and Monroe this summer. Work on the eastbound lanes of the Snohomish River Bridge will prompt a 24-mile detour in late July. (Washington State Department of Transportation image)

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