Multiple overnight lane closures in Renton

SR 167 and northbound I-405 in Renton near I-405/SR 167 interchange will have closures this weekend

  • Friday, July 27, 2018 2:54pm
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Traffic Advisory:

Late-night and weekend drivers who use State Route 167 and northbound Interstate 405 in Renton near the I-405/SR 167 interchange should prepare for weekend lane closures this weekend.

Starting tonight, July 27, construction crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation plan to close multiple lanes nightly on SR 167 and northbound I-405. During these closures, crews will remove concrete forms on I-405 and continue electrical work on SR 167. This work is necessary for crews to continue building the new flyover ramp for the I-405/SR 167 Interchange Direct Connector Project.

Lane closures:

· Friday, July 27, to the morning of Sunday, July 29 – Two lanes of northbound SR 167 between South 180th Street and I-405 will be closed nightly from 11 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.

· Friday, July 27, to the morning of Monday, July 30 – One lane of southbound SR 167 between I-405 and South 212th Street will be closed from 8 p.m. on Friday to 4:30 a.m. on Monday.

· Friday, July 27, to the morning of Monday, July 30 – Three lanes of northbound I-405 between SR 167 and Talbot Road South will be closed nightly from midnight to 6:45 a.m.

· Friday, July 27, to the morning of Monday, July 30 – Rolling slowdowns are scheduled on northbound I-405 between SR 167 and Talbot Road South nightly from midnight to 4 a.m.

Drivers should also prepare for weekend work in this area for the next few weeks.

For the latest construction closure information for this project, please visit the I-405 Construction Updates page and the King County Construction Updates page.


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