114th Avenue Southeast to close for paving work

  • Tuesday, January 17, 2017 10:30am
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Depending on weather conditions, street paving resulting from Bellevue Utilities sewer replacement work will result in closures of northbound and southbound lanes of 114th Avenue Southeast to through traffic from Jan. 18 to Jan. 24.

Beginning Jan. 18 through Jan. 19, the northbound lanes of 114th Avenue Southeast will be closed from Southeast Eighth Street to Southeast Sixth Street.

Access to local businesses will be maintained. The Wilburton park-and-ride will be accessible via Southeast Sixth Street and sidewalks will remain open.

Beginning Jan. 20 through Jan. 24, the northbound lanes of 114th Avenue Southeast will be closed from Southeast Eighth Street to Southeast Sixth Street. Access to local businesses will be maintained.

The Wilburton park-and-ride will be accessible via Southeast Eighth Street. Sidewalks will remain open.

To access Interstate 405 commuters should:

Exit and enter Interstate 405 at Northeast Fourth Street; or

Exit and enter I-405 at Southeast Eighth Street via 112th Avenue Southeast.

For more project information and to sign up for alerts go to www.bellevuewa.gov/bellefield.htm.

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