I-405 - NE 132nd St. Interchange Improvements

Project news

  • The project team recently hosted an online open house where members of the public can continue to view the interactive plans and a video of the proposed interchange design. The comment period for the online open house is now closed.
  • Preliminary engineering for this project began in July 2017.
     

Overview
The Washington State Department of Transportation will construct a new on-ramp to northbound I-405 and a new off-ramp from southbound I-405 at Northeast 132nd Street in Kirkland. This type of interchange is known as a half-diamond.

Needs & benefits

Why is WSDOT constructing this new interchange?
Constructing the new interchange at Northeast 132nd Street will:

  • Improve access to the Totem Lake regional growth center and surrounding neighborhoods in Kirkland
  • Provide a new option to access I-405, creating an alternative to using local streets
  • Reduce pressure on heavily congested Northeast 124th Street and Northeast 160th Street interchanges
  • Build local street improvements, including two roundabouts at two intersections
  • Improve pedestrian and bicycle connections in the area
  • Make environmental enhancements, including fish passage and stormwater improvements

The End Result
This new interchange will allow travelers to access I-405 to and from the north at Northeast 132nd Street; provide local street improvements, including bicycle and pedestrian facilities; and install environmental enhancements, including stormwater improvements.

Timeline

  • 2017-2020: Preliminary engineering, right-of-way acquisition and environmental review
  • 2021: Construction start
  • 2023: Expected project completion

Funding

Financial Data for PIN 140567B
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $0
CWA $83,000
Total $83,000

 
Contact

Katie Kuciemba Halse
I-405/SR 167 Corridor Communications
425-456-8663
halsek@consultant.wsdot.wa.gov