- This project received funding in the Connecting Washington transportation package. The funding is limited to design only. It has not received any construction funding.
- Design work funding through Connecting Washington becomes available in 2025. Until then, this project will remain on hold..
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We will replace the existing intersection at State Route 522 and Paradise Lake Road in Maltby, just north of Woodinville, with an improved intersection.
Why is WSDOT
improving the intersection at SR 522 and Paradise Lake Road?
Improvements will alleviate bottlenecks that occur each day during the morning and afternoon commutes at this intersection in Maltby. It will also reduce the likelihood of rear-end collisions, greatly improving driver safety.
The End Result
We will replace the existing traffic signal with improvements to create smoother transitions between SR 522 and nearby county roads. This will improve traffic flow and driver safety.
- Safety: Improvements at SR 522 and Paradise Lake Road will increase traffic flow and decrease congestion. Improving flow will decrease rear-end collisions during stop and go conditions, making the roadway safer for drivers.
- Congestion Relief: A new interchange means increased flow, which will cut down on drive times and driver frustration.
- Environment: We will build detention ponds to improve water storage quality. The ponds will collect and filter dirty rain water from the highway before it is released slowly into the adjacent creeks, benefitting salmon and other wildlife. The ponds also reduce the potential for flooding in area creeks.
What is the project timeline?
Full project design, right of way acquisition, and project construction are not currently funded. If funding becomes available, WSDOT's first priority would be to complete design work for the new interchange. $10 million in design funding will become available to WSDOT beginning in 2025 through the Connecting Washington program which was approved in 2015.
Final project design, right of way acquisition, and project construction are not currently funded.
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