Road closures for the week of Oct. 16 | TRAFFIC IMPACT

  • Monday, October 16, 2017 1:37pm
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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.

Southeast 18th Street (Oct. 16 – Oct. 20)

From 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., there will be a single lane closure on Southeast 18th Street for utility construction for the Reserve at Tiffany Park development. Approved traffic control plans have been issued for all work and will be followed. Questions may be directed to Patrick DeCaro, 425-207-6013.

Park Avenue North, Garden Avenue North, North Third Street, and North Fourth Street (Oct. 16 – August 2018)

There will be additional construction traffic from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. due to the construction of Sartori Elementary School at the 300 block of Park Avenue North and Garden Avenue North. Questions may be directed to Patrick DeCaro, 425-207-6013.

South 14th Street (Oct. 16 – Oct. 22)

Road Closure on South 14th Street between Smithers Avenue South through Davis Avenue South for utility construction. Approved traffic control plans have been issued for all work and will be followed. Questions may be directed to Patrick DeCaro, 425-207-6013.

Talbot Road South (Oct. 16 – Oct. 20)

From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., there will be a single lane closure along the northbound Talbot Road South between northbound I-405 on-ramp to the southbound I-405 off-ramp for I-405 Direct Connector Project. Questions may be directed to Rohini Nair, 206-999-1822.

From 4:30 a.m. to noon, there will be a single lane closure along the southbound Talbot Road S between northbound I-405 on-ramp to the southbound I-405 off-ramp for I-405 Direct Connector Project. Questions may be directed to Rohini Nair, 206-999-1822.

From 10 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Talbot Road S between northbound I-405 on-ramp to the southbound I-405 off-ramp will be fully closed for I-405 Direct Connector Project. Detours will be provided for both the southbound and northbound directions on Talbot Road S. Questions may be directed to Rohini Nair, 206-999-1822.


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