Downtown Bothell lane closures starting May 29

Three locations will have closures starting on May 29.

  • Tuesday, May 29, 2018 8:30am
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Drivers should be prepared for traffic impacts from several unrelated projects in downtown Bothell the week of May 29.

Beardslee Boulevard

The eastbound lane of Beardslee Boulevard will close from NE 185thSt. to 110th Ave NE starting May 29 through May 31 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. for utility work. This work is in preparation for the upcoming Beardslee Blvd. Paving Overlay Project.

102nd Ave. Northeast

Drivers should plan ahead for single-lane closures of 102nd Ave NE beginning May 29 through June 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. from the Park and Ride entrance to Main Street. Alternating one-way traffic will be maintained but drivers should plan for delays. The lane closures are for paving related to the Mercantile development.

Private parking lot south of Main St.

Starting May 29 through June 1, the entire parking lot south of Main Street (behind The Bine, Alexa’s, Penn Thai, the Hop and Hound, etc.) will be closed from 101st to 102nd avenues with no access for pedestrians or vehicles. This is for paving of the private lot.

See a complete listing of traffic impacts in Bothell.

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