Overnight lane closures on state Route 167 begin tonight

For the next six weeks, crews will close lanes in both directions for repaving

For the next six weeks, drivers using state Route 167 in Renton and Kent should prepare for overnight lane closures.

The closures begin today, Monday, Aug. 21 and will run through the end of September.

Crews from the Washington State Department of Transportation will begin the process of repaving a five mile stretch of southbound SR 167 between Interstate 405 and 84th Avenue South/Central Avenue North.

According to a media release from the WSDOT, crews plan to close two lanes in both directions of SR 167.

The upcoming lane closures include:

• Monday, Aug. 21 to Friday, Aug. 25: up to two lanes of southbound SR 167 from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Monday, Aug. 21 to Friday, Aug. 25: up to two lanes of northbound SR 167 from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.

For more information on these closures and project, visit the I-405 construction updates page.


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