Seattle area travel planner

What you need to know for the week of Sept. 20-24

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King and Snohomish County

  • Beginning at 8 p.m., Fri. Sept. 24 - Revive I-5 work will leave two mainline southbound I-5 lanes open between I-90 and Spokane St. Southbound traffic on the collector-distributor lanes will need to exit before or at Airport Way South. Southbound traffic will be able to exit to the SODO neighborhood and use the exits to I-90. Closure is in place until 5 a.m. Mon. Sept, 27.
  • Beginning at 6 a.m., Mon. Sept. 13 - SR 9 is fully closed for both directions near milepost 37 in Arlington until 6 a.m., Wed., Sept. 22.  Signed detours are in place.
  • Beginning at 6 a.m., Fri. Sept. 10 - The I-5 Smokey Point rest areas (milepost 207) are closed for needed maintenance until 9 a.m. on Fri., Sept. 24. Rest areas at mileposts 188 and 237 will remain open.
  • Chinook and Cayuse passes through Mount Rainier National Park are open to vehicle traffic for the season. 
  • Beginning Oct. 1 toll rates in the SR 99 tunnel will increase. The current weekday peak Good To Go! rate of $2.25 will increase to $2.60, and the weekday peak Pay By Mail rate of $4.25 will rise to $4.60. Drivers with a Good To Go! pass will continue to pay the lowest toll rate.

Skagit, Island and Whatcom County

  • SR 542 between milepost 46.2 and Artist Point is now open. 
  • SR 20 North Cascades Highway is open to vehicle traffic.

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