Construction Updates & Projects

Updated 4/13/2018

1. 212th Street & Interurban Trail Improvements
Lane closures will continue and will detour traffic onto 61st Pl W, to 216th Street, to 66th Avenue W. A vehicular detour via 208th St SW and detour route for Interurban Trail traffic will each also be signed. Construction activity may close the intersection of 212th St SW / 63rd Ave W with the signed detours accommodating this closure over the next several weeks.

 

Work hours are expected to be 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and construction work on Saturdays is expected for the next several weeks. Drivers should expect delays and use alternate routes if possible. The majority of construction activity is expected to occur through the end of July 2018 with minor activity continuing until November 2018. Beginning the week of April 2nd, eastbound traffic will be detoured continuously until later construction phases shift the lane closure to impact westbound traffic.

2. 236th St SW from I-5 to 56th Ave W

 

Puget Sound Energy’s (PSE) gas main continues near, but not typically within the 236th Street SW/56th Avenue West intersection. Roadway lanes will shift and may be reduced to one travel lane with flaggers and any intersection activity will use police to control traffic.

3. 220th St SW / 70th Ave W
Pavement restoration within and near the 220th St SW / 70th Ave W intersection will occur but is dependent on weather. Work will occur within the intersection and may be controlled by a police officer. Closures are limited to occurring on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

4. 51st Ave W between 219th St SW & 217th St SW
Paving is planned but is dependent on weather. Lane closures will occur during daytimes and local access will be maintained.

5. 228th St SW Roadway Restoration
Lane closures will occur during asphalt restoration, but is weather dependent.

6. 244th St SW-NE 205th St between Gateway Blvd & 56th Ave W
Construction activity south of the roadway is ongoing and temporary lane shifts are expected. No roadway closures are anticipated.