Road Work Ahead

This week’s area road construction

? I-405/Highway 527 interchange, Bothell to Swamp Creek: Widening, median work. Expect lane closures between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. weeknights on I-405.

? 228th Street SE and SW: Widening. Alternate routes are advised.

? Highway 522 between Highway 9 and Paradise Lake Road: Work is nearly done. The two new westbound lanes will open at 5 a.m. Thursday, weather permitting. Additional eastbound lane will open in the spring.

? I-5 and 164th Street SW interchange: Improvements. Expect ramps to open this month in a temporary configuration.

? Manor Way, at 151st Place SW and between 156th Street SW and Old Manor Way: Cable work. Expect daytime lane closures through December.

? 175th Street SW between Fifth and Ninth avenues W.: Cable work. Expect daytime lane closures through December.

? 14th Avenue W. south of 174th Place SW: Sewer and water work. Expect daytime lane closures through Dec. 29.

? Highways 99 and 525 interchange: The new interchange is now open with one lane in each direction.

? 132nd Street SE, between Seattle Hill Road and 58th Drive SE, and on Seattle Hill Road, south of 132nd Street SE and between 137th Street SE and 136th Street SE: Cable work. Expect daytime lane closures.

? 136th Street SE and 23rd, 25th and 35th Avenues SE: Cable work. Expect lane closures through December.

? 148th Street SE between 50th Avenue SE and Seattle Hill Road, and on Seattle Hill Road: Cable work. Expect daytime lane closures through December.

? 35th Avenue SE, between 100th and 120th Streets SE: Widening, improvements. Expect frequent lane closures through end of year.

? 180th Street SE at 35th Avenue SE: Fiber optics installation. Expect daytime lane closures through Dec. 29.

? U.S. 2, Snohomish River bridge: Expect weekday morning eastbound lane closures.

? Pacific Avenue, between Fulton Street and McDougall Avenue: Building bridge over railroad. Road closed until late 2001.

? Davies Road South of Lake Stevens, Stitch Road and S. Lake Stevens Road, raising 22 manhole covers to grade. Expect lane closures through Jan. 2.

? 97th Drive NE at Fourth Street NE: cable work. Expect lane closures through Feb. 1.

? Highway 529: Bridge repairs. Expect intermittent daytime lane closures.

? 45th Drive NE, south of 88th Street NE: Gas main installation. Expect daytime lane closures through Jan 13.

? 67th Avenue NE, between 88th Place NE and 100th Street NE: Cable work. Expect daytime lane closures through Dec. 29.

? 84th Street NE and 163rd Avenue NE: Expect daytime lane closures through Dec. 29.

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

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