The Snoqualmie Parkway is deteriorating as it ages. Consequently, the goal of this project is to rehabilitate, replace, or reconstruct the 3.5-mile long roadway and other related right-of-way assets. The project will address high priority maintenance needs including, but not limited to, the resurfacing of the roadway pavements. The project will also tend to street lighting, ADA ramps, striping, and traffic signal systems as needed.
Construction will occur during the summer 2023. Work days are Monday - Thursday, 7 am to 5:30 pm. **The below timeline is subject to change and is weather dependent.**
June 20 - July 27: Demo and replacement of ADA ramps at multiple Snoqualmie Parkway intersections between Better Way Loop SE and SE 99th Street. This work is anticipated to cause minimal traffic impacts.
July 31 - August 18: Grinding and paving of the northeast lanes of Snoqualmie Parkway (lanes heading toward SR 202 from I-90), and installation of new traffic signal loops. A traffic plan will be in place. Lane closures and shifts will be required, with the roadway remaining accessible and open to traffic.
August 22 - Sept. 7: Grinding and paving of the southwest lanes of Snoqualmie Parkway (lanes heading toward I-90 from SR 202), and installation of new traffic signal loops. A traffic plan will be in place. Lane reductions and shifts will be required, with the roadway remaining accessible and open to traffic.
Sept. 8 - September 28: Permanent pavement markings installed.