Road Work Ahead

This week’s area road construction

  • I-405, Bothell to Swamp Creek: widening, other work. Expect slowdowns, night lane closures.

  • 228th Street SE: widening. Alternate routes are advised.

  • Highway 522 between Highway 9 and Paradise Lake Road: Temporary re-routing until December.

  • I-5 and 164th Street SW interchange: widening. Expect intermittent lane closures.

  • 156th Street SW, between Highway 99 and 35th Avenue W.: cable work. Expect lane closures.

  • 35th Avenue SE between 100th and 120th Streets SE: widening. Expect lane closures.

  • 35th Avenue SE at Highway 96 (132nd Street SE): Cable and sewer work. Expect lane closures.

  • 136th SE and 23rd, 25th and 35th avenues SE: Expect lane closures through end of year.

  • Highways 99 and 525 interchange: Expect slowdowns.

  • Admiralty Way and Gibson Road: Expect daily lane closures through October.

  • 180th Street SE at 35th Avenue SE: fiber optics installation. Expect daytime lane closure through end of year.

  • 164th Street SE and Broadway Avenue: expect daytime lane closures through October.

  • Pacific Avenue, between Fulton Street and McDougall Avenue: construction of bridge over railroad. Road closed until late 2001.

  • S. Lake Stevens, Stitch and Uctc Loop roads, Maple Lane and 101st Avenue NE: paving, weather permitting. Expect lane closures.

  • 81st Avenue NE between Vernon Road and Highway 204: Road is closed to through traffic.

  • Highway 529: bridge repairs. Expect intermittent lane closures.

  • Highway 528, 67th to 83rd Avenue NE: local traffic only.

  • 60th Drive NE south of 83rd Place NE: Expect day lane closure.

  • 84th Street NE and 163rd Avenue NE: Expect lane closures through December.

  • Engebretson Road, 175th Avenue NE and 115th Street NE: Expect lane closures through November.

  • 95th Avenue NE and 200th Street NE (Tveit Loop): Expect lane closures through Nov. 3.

    Pass Reports: Pass condition information is available from the Department of Transportation. Call 206-368-4499 or 800-695-7623, or view the WSDOT home page, www.wsdot.wa.gov.

  • Snohomish County roads: 425-338-3488.

  • State Department of Transportation: 206-440-4473.

  • Ferries: 888-808-7977.
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