SR 522 - Paradise Lake Road Interchange

Project news

  • Attend the open house on Tuesday, Oct. 2 between 4:30 - 7 p.m. to learn about preliminary preferred concepts for improvements.
    • Maltby Community Club, 8711 206th Street SE, Snohomish
  • The State Legislature provided $750,000 in the 2017-2019 biennium for more traffic analysis, design/concept work, and community engagement. Another $10 million becomes available from 2025-2029. There is no construction funding at this time. 

Needs & benefits

Drivers regularly experience heavy congestion at the SR 522 Paradise Lake Road intersection. The congestion frequently spills over onto side streets and drivers try to find ways around the bottlenecks on the highway.

An improved interchange, capable of handling more cars more efficiently, will increase traffic flow, decrease congestion, and improve travel times. It will also decrease the risk of rear-end collisions during stop-and-go conditions, greatly improving driver safety.

Timeline

  • 2017 - 2019: Preliminary traffic analysis, concept, design and community engagement begins.
  • 2025-2029: $10 million in Connecting Washington funding becomes available for continued design work on this intersection and the SR 522 corridor.
     

Funding

  • $10 million in funding for initial design work was provided through the 2015 Connecting Washington transportation package. That funding becomes available to WSDOT in 2025.
  • Final project design, right of way acquisition, and project construction are not currently funded.

Contact

Kris Olsen
WSDOT communications
206-440-4704
olsenk@wsdot.wa.gov

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