Road closures for the week of Nov. 6 | TRAFFIC IMPACT

  • Monday, November 6, 2017 1:10pm
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The following road closures are as reported by the city of Renton. All projects are weather permitting and, unless otherwise noted, streets will always remain open.

From Nov. 6 through approximately Nov. 10, King County Metro will be installing two new bus shelters along South Grady Way in between Talbot Road South and Main Avenue South. Expect closure of the eastbound curb lane near Renton City Hall between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The second shelter will be installed in the westbound direction of South Grady Way at a later date. Questions may be directed to Metro Transit South District Planner David Korthals at (206) 477-5776.

From Nov. 6 to Dec. 8, Northeast 10th Street will be closed between Harrington Avenue Northeast and Northeast Sunset Boulevard. Sunset Lane Northeast will be closed just north and just south of Northeast 10th Street. These road closures affect access to the Renton Highlands Library. The Highlands Library parking garage will be accessible from the south only during these road closures. Questions may be directed to project manager Keith Woolley at (425) 430-7318 or via email at kwoolley@rentonwa.gov.

Expect intermittent lane closures and traffic delays along Talbot Road South (SR 515) between 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. from Nov 6 through Nov. 10, related to the I-405/SR 167 Interchange Direct Connector Project.

In addition, northbound and southbound nighttime lane restrictions and closures along SR 167 and I-405 are also scheduled this week related to the project. More detailed information about these restrictions and closures is available tonight on the back table. The information outlines specific dates and time of the closure. Questions may be directed to Craig Smiley, WSDOT I-405/SR 167 Corridor Communications, at (425) 456-8624 or visit the project website.

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