SR 9 - SR 204 Intersection Improvements

Project news

  • Thank you to everyone who provided comments and feedback at three open houses during the planning phase of the project. Your feedback and comments have helped inform and shape the Stakeholder Advisory Group's recommended preferred alternative design option to improve this highly traveled intersection.
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Overview
In 2015, the legislature provided funding for WSDOT to improve the State Route 9 and State Route 204 intersection in Lake Stevens.

The project team is currently refining the design footprint of the SR 9/SR 204 Stakeholder Advisory Group recommended preferred alternative design option. This process involves collecting data identifying environmental impacts, soil conditions, groundwater levels and noise impacts among other things. Based on the data collected design refinements are made to elements of the design such as pedestrian and bicycle facilities.

Why is WSDOT improving the SR 9/SR 204 intersection?
The intersection of State Route 9 and State Route 204 in Lake Stevens experiences congestion that affects Snohomish County commuters, freight mobility and access to local businesses.

The End Result
The initial planning phase resulted in a preferred alternative design option for the SR 9/SR 204 intersection. During this phase, the project team conducted Stakeholder Advisory Group meetings, open houses and community outreach to ensure the chosen design incorporated community input and meets the project needs.

Needs & benefits

  • Improved mobility: Improves traffic flow, trip reliability, freight movement and safety.
  • Improved access to local businesses.
  • More choices for travel options by improving transportation connections for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders and drivers.

Timeline

  • 2015: Project funded through Connecting Washington funding package
  • 2016 to early 2017: Public outreach and design options development
  • Mid-2017: Select preferred alternative
  • 2017 to 2018: Project design
  • 2019 (tentative): Construction starts

Financial Information

Financial Data for PIN 100910K
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $0
CWA $69,500
Total $69,500

 
Contact

Erica Dougherty
Project Manager
206-440-4281
doughee@wsdot.wa.gov

Diana Barreto
Communications
206-462-6354
Barretd@consultant.wsdot.wa.gov