We widened three miles of State Route 202 from SR 520 in Redmond to Sahalee Way in rural King County. Crews built this project in two stages. We completed this project more than a year ahead of schedule. Next, we plan to widen SR 520 at SR 202.
Improved sight distance and the addition of new lanes, turn lanes, signals, signage and a median will ultimately reduce the number of collisions in the corridor and facilitate movement to and from SR 202. The installation of 5-foot sidewalks, 6-foot bicycle lanes, and lighting upgrades will increase safety for drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
Added an additional lane in both directions, improved flow at intersections with the installation of new or revised signals and left-turn lanes.
| Protects Environment
Environment - Improved drainage facilities and retaining walls to prevent landslides. Enhanced with the creation of a new wetland in Happy Valley.
Partnerships & Cooperation
Learn more about the city of Redmond's award winning R-TRIP program, which rewards commuters, employers and residents who use alternate modes of transportation to and from Redmond.
This project was fully funded with the following fund sources:
- Existing Funds - $76 million
- Other Agency Funds - $6 million
City of Redmond, City of Sammamish, Puget Sound Energy
- Total Funding from all Sources - $82 million
WSDOT Project Engineer
14711 NE 29th Pl. #224
Bellevue, WA 98007
Phone: (425) 956-2100
15700 Dayton Avenue North
PO Box 330310
Seattle, WA 98133
Phone: (206) 440-4699
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