SR 522 - North Creek Bridge to SR 9 Vic - Paving

Project news

  • This project has been awarded to Lakeside Industries Inc.
  • Construction has started. People traveling this section of SR 522 should be prepared for nighttime lane and ramp closures.
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Needs & benefits

In 2019, contractor crews working for WSDOT will grind old asphalt and repave all lanes in both directions of SR 522 between the North Creek Bridge in Bothell and SR 9 near Woodinville. They’ll also repave some of the SR 522 on- and off-ramps in that area.

This portion of SR 522 is rough, with ruts and cracks from years of vehicle traffic. Repaving it will provide a smoother surface for people who travel on the highway, and protect the underlying layers that support the roadway. The work will also limit the need for emergency repairs. This portion of SR 522 was last paved in 1998.

This section of repaving will connect with a newly paved stretch of SR 522 between SR 9 and the Snohomish River Bridge.

Most of the work on this project will take place during the overnight hours. Grinding and repaving will require lane and ramp closures. However, at least one lane will remain open at all times.

Timeline

  • January 2019: Project was advertised for competitive bidding.
  • March 2019: Contract awarded.
  • May 2019: Construction began.
  • Fall 2019: Construction is scheduled to be complete.

Funding

  • The total estimated cost of this project is about $6 million.
  • Connecting Washington funds are being used for this project.

Contact

Tom Pearce
WSDOT Communications
206-440-4696
pearcet@wsdot.wa.gov

A small map showing the work zone for the SR 522 North Creek Bridge to SR 9 paving project.