Paving on Bothell Way set for Wednesday night

  • Wednesday, May 24, 2017 11:07am
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Crews will pave the final block of Bothell Way between State Route 522 and Main Street from 9 p.m. Wednesday until 5:30 a.m. Thursday.

Only one lane of traffic will be available in the northbound and southbound directions from SR 522 to Northeast 183rd Street. Traffic lanes and signals north of Northeast 183rd Street will be operating normally.

For access to Main Street, drivers should use Northeast 183rd or 185th streets and 101st Avenue Northeast.

Police officers will direct traffic at the intersections of Bothell Way and SR 522 and police or flaggers will direct traffic at Bothell Way and Main Street.

According to a City of Bothell press release, the contractor is aiming to complete most of the Multiway Boulevard project, weather-permitting, by the weekend of July 1, in time for the July 4 Freedom Festival parade. Minor work will continue until Aug. 4, the scheduled completion date.

This project will bring local access lanes from SR 522 to Reder Way, separated from the arterial lanes by medians. The project includes four full-size arterial traffic lanes with center turn lanes, wide (14 foot) sidewalks and other benefits.

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