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Weekly update of construction closures in Northwest Region: King, Snohomish, Skagit, Island and Whatcom Counties

Last update: 8:25 a.m. Friday, Dec. 2 

HIGH IMPACT CLOSURES:

SR 520 Bellevue to Seattle: All lanes of westbound SR 520 between 92nd Avenue Northeast and Montlake Boulevard East/SR 513 will be closed overnight Friday, Dec. 2 from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. A signed detour will be in place.

For closures on major highways, please see the specialized routes listed below:

downtown seattle map

Downtown Seattle/SODO

Looking for downtown Seattle/SODO construction closures? This page lists closures on state highways and city streets in downtown Seattle, near the stadiums, international district and ferry terminals. Get more information.



I-5: Federal Way to Blaine

I5

Looking for construction closures on I-5? This page lists closures from Federal Way to Blaine. Get more information.



I-405: Renton to Lynnwood

I405

Looking for construction closures on I-405? This page lists closures from Renton to Lynnwood. Get more information.



I-90 & SR 520

I90/SR520

Looking for construction closures on the eastside? This page lists closures on SR 520 from Seattle to Redmond and on I-90 from Seattle to North Bend. Get more information.


SR 167: Auburn to Renton 

 SR167

Looking for construction closures on SR 167? This page lists closures from Auburn to Renton. Get more information.



Other regional highways by county:

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**If a highway is not listed, there are no scheduled lane closures at this time. However, emergency lane closures may still occur.**