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MUKILTEO – People walking or using mobility devices will soon have better access to the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal and waterfront, as a project to more than double the width of a sidewalk along a State Route 525 bridge begins Sunday, Oct. 29.
RENTON – Work to replace the damaged Lind Avenue bridge in Renton over southbound Interstate 405 will soon begin to prepare for a southbound weekend closure scheduled for November.
Last month, in collaboration with Sound Transit, the City of Kirkland, design-builder Graham Contracting Ltd., and many regional partners, we celebrated the groundbreaking of the I-405/NE 85th St Interchange and Inline BRT Station Project.
The town of Naches, the Yakima Valley Conference of Governments and the Washington State Department of Transportation are studying ways to improve safety and bicycle and pedestrian connections along US 12 in Naches. A second public survey on the subject will help in that work.
Last month at his hometown’s fair Ben Reid, a highway maintenance worker from Waterville area, put a recent CPR/First aid certification into lifesaving action.
SUQUAMISH – People traveling on State Route 305 should take note as a new fish barrier removal project is set to kick off between Poulsbo and Bainbridge Island.
SEATTLE – Drivers traveling across Lake Washington should plan ahead for a weekend State Route 520 closure starting Friday, Oct. 6. The SR 520 closure will span between Interstate 5 in Seattle and 92nd Avenue Northeast in Clyde Hill beginning at 11p.m. on Oct 6, through 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 9.
This autumn brings the start of two major projects on the state's busiest freeways and a major milestone for another long-term project.
SEATTLE – Revive I-5 – work to preserve the state’s busiest freeway – has another major project about to get underway. This effort will improve the driving surface on northbound and southbound Interstate 5 between Lucile Street and the Duwamish River.
GIG HARBOR – Travelers who use eastbound State Route 16 in Gig Harbor and Tacoma will soon see active ramp meters along the roadway.