Road Work Ahead

This week’s area road construction

  • I-5 and 220th interchange: restricted width. Closed to trucks.

  • I-405, Bothell to Swamp Creek, Highway 527 interchange: widening for HOV lanes, other work. Expect I-405 left lane closures daily, both directions.

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

  • I-5 and 164th Street SW interchange: widening. Expect I-5 lane closures 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • 40th Avenue W., south of 150th Street SW: cable work. Expect lane closures daily through October.

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

  • Highways 99 and 525 interchange: Expect slowdowns.

  • Admiralty Way and Gibson Road: sewer and water lines. Expect lane closures on both through Thursday.

  • 116th Street SE, between 26th Drive SE and 4000 block: Expect lane closures.

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

  • 148th Street SE, from 50th Avenue SE to Seattle Hill Road: manholes and conduit. Expect lane closures.

  • ?175th Street SW, between Seventh and Fifth Avenues W.: sewer and water installation. Expect lane closures.

  • Old Owen Road from Monroe to Sultan: cable work. Expect daily lane closures through Oct. 13.

  • U.S. 2, Sultan and Wallace River bridges: Repainting. Expect weeknight lane closures.

  • 164th Street SE and Broadway Avenue: Expect lane closures daily through October.

  • Elliott Road, from Connelly Road to 99th Avenue: installation of a wall. Expect road closure until Oct. 13. 102nd Avenue SE access is via 99th SE. 12-foot height restriction on detour.

  • U.S. 2, Snohomish River to Cavalero Corner: bridge and trestle replacement. Closed to bicycles and pedestrians.

  • Highway 529: bridge repairs, expect intermittent lane closures.

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

  • Marine Drive at Meridian Avenue N.: lane closure daily through Oct. 20.

  • I-5 northbound: Right lane will be closed through Friday, second lane may be closed at night.

  • Highway 525 at Fish Creek Road and Cameron Road to Highway 20: Expect lane closures.
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