WSDOT provides I-405/SR 167 project updates via virtual meeting with executive advisory group

Public invited to virtual May 24 meeting

BELLEVUE – The public is invited to attend a meeting with the I-405/SR 167 Corridor Program Executive Advisory Group Wednesday, May 24, to hear an update on the projects and work.

The Washington State Department of Transportation’s I-405/SR 167 Corridor Program includes more than 150 unique, coordinated multimodal projects, that enhance user experience and bring increased reliability to one of the state’s busiest corridors.

During the advisory group’s meeting, Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar and the program team will discuss project updates, regional construction coordination efforts, SR 167 Master Plan completion and other program-related information including legislative session updates.

The I-405/SR 167 Executive Advisory Group was created to guide WSDOT in the development and implementation of the I-405 Master Plan and the SR 167 Corridor Plan. The group is comprised of transportation agency representatives and elected leaders along I-405 and SR 167.

I-405/SR 167 Executive Advisory Group meeting

When: 1-3 p.m. Wednesday, May 24

Where: Virtually using Zoom

Details: Attending virtually requires pre-registering for the Zoom meeting at

To provide verbal comments during the meeting, pre-register for the meeting. Then, send an email to to sign up for or provide public comment. Include name and contact information before noon on Monday, May 22.

Minutes and meeting materials will be posted to the Executive Advisory Group webpage.

Free Wi-Fi access is available at these locations for people who wish to participate in the online meeting but do not have broadband service:

  • Bellevue Library, 1111 110th Avenue NE, Bellevue
  • Bothell Library, 18215 98th Avenue NE, Bothell
  • Kent Library, 212 2nd Avenue North, Kent

Additional Wi-Fi hotspots are available via the Washington State Department of Commerce website:

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