SR 526 - Corridor Improvements

Project news

  • WSDOT is negotiating a contract with a consultant for early engineering work and community outreach.
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Needs & benefits

With 74,000 drivers using SR 526 everyday, the highway experiences congestion that affects residents of nearby cities, commuters to and from surrounding employers, and freight mobility and access to the large number of businesses that rely on this corridor.

The Washington State Legislature allocated funding, beginning in 2017, for WSDOT to make improvements.

The early engineering phase will develop a preferred alternative, incorporating community input from a Stakeholder Advisory Group, open houses, and community briefings. 

The projected benefits of selected improvements may include improved traffic flow, trip reliability, freight movement and better access for goods and customers of local businesses.

Timeline

  • 2017: Funding allocating from the Connecting Washington transportation package.
  • 2018-2019: Early engineering, Stakeholder Advisory Group meetings, community engagement, and preliminary design work.
  • 2019: Select preferred alternative
  • 2021-2023: Construction

Funding

This project received $47.2 million from the 2015 Connecting Washington transportation funding package.

Contact

Kris Olsen
Communications
206-440-4704
OlsenK@wsdot.wa.gov

Adam Emerson
Project manager
206-440-4279
EmersoA@wsdot.wa.gov

SR 526 corridor in Everett, WA at Hardeson Road