A dozen roads in the Snoqualmie Valley remain closed because of Monday’s flooding from the Snoqualmie River, according to the King County Department of Transportation. The following roads are closed because of water over the roadway: Snoqualmie: Southeast 24th Street between 309th Avenue Southeast and 316th Avenue Southeast Carnation: Northeast 100th Street between West Snoqualmie Valley Road…More
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Denny Way, which tends to be busy on summer weekends, will close Saturday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. where it passes over I-5, so an expansion joint can be replaced. And the work will be noisy, the city says. Detours will take eastbound traffic on the Olive Way overpass, and westbound traffic on Pine Street…More
Road work will affect traffic on Mercer Street and Fairview Avenue North near Interstate 5 on Monday and Tuesday, according to a city announcement. The Interstate 5 off-ramp left turn lane from Mercer onto southbound Fairview will be temporarily narrowed to one lane, and the left lane of southbound Fairview between Mercer and Republican streets will…More
The Aurora Bridge, the Alaskan Way Viaduct and streets near Seattle Center are closed Sunday morning so thousands or runners, many in zany costumes, can participate in the St. Patrick’s Day Dash. The race, which benefits children’s charities, loops from Seattle Center up Highway 99 to the Aurora Avenue Bridge and then back. According to the Seattle…More
While most major Puget Sound roadways were wet and bare during the early commute Monday morning, officials cautioned that there are some slick areas — especially on side streets and highway ramps, and on major roads through Everett and Marysville. A bigger concern for drivers may be the afternoon commute and conditions over the next few days, as much more…More