July 29 - The southbound I-405 flyer stop bridge at NE 132nd is mostly gone after nighttime demolition work.
July 28 - All lanes of NE 132nd were closed during nighttime demolition of the flyer stop bridges on both sides of I-405. It took 4 nights to demolish the west bridge (pictured here).
July 27 - Demolition of the flyer stop bridge on the west side of I-405 at NE 132nd. The southbound mainline is to the left, and the Kingsgate Park-and-Ride is to the right, at the intersection of NE 132nd and 116th Ave. NE.
July 25 - (looking north) Drilling and placing steel supports for a retaining wall between the northbound on-ramps from westbound NE 124th St. (above/left) and Totem Lake Blvd. (below/right). We'll lower the ramp on the left and move it closer to the wall. One of the new detention ponds (pictured below) is located to the right of this photo.
July 12 - (looking south) Excavation for a temporary detention pond inside the loop of the northbound on-ramp from Totem Lake Boulevard. The pond will help clean water that runs off the freeway during construction.
July 11 - Looking south at the northbound on-ramps with newly-placed temporary concrete barrier to protect drivers and work crews during construction. The ramp on the far left comes from Totem Lake Boulevard; it will be the detour while the ramp on the right, from westbound NE 124th Street, is closed for seven weeks beginning in mid-August.
July 8 - Sound Transit and WSDOT held an event to kick-off construction at the Kingsgate Park-and-Ride lot. Sound Transit unveiled their "newest fleet vehicle," a customized concrete mixing truck belonging to project subcontractor Glacier Northwest.