With the chip sealing of Cedar Way/44th Avenue West between 232nd Street Southwest and the King-Snohomish County line at 244th Street Southwest complete, crews are expected to apply the new lane configuration markings this week –Sept. 9-14. When finished, the roadway will have one lane of traffic in each direction separated by a center left turn lane; each direction will also include curbside lanes designated exclusively for bicycles.
Similar lane changes are in store for the 5500 block of 236th Street Southwest, as bicycle lanes and a center left turn lane will be added to the roadway, matching the lane configuration that is there now east to 48th Avenue West.
The $5.356 million WSDOT project to repave I-5 and its ramps and overpasses between 52nd Avenue West and the King-Snohomish County line continues this week; drivers will need to adhere to detours and traffic controls effecting the 220th and 236th Street freeway ramps and overpasses during the overnight hours of 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Other projects around Mountlake Terrace that continue this week include a gas main extension beneath 56th Avenue West — Puget Sound Energy crews will be working between 230th and 244th Streets Southwest, and lane closures may be in effect – and the McAleer Creek culvert and bridge replacement on the grounds of the Nile Golf Course