I-405/NE 132nd Street
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The Washington State Department of Transportation is planning new connections to I-405 at NE 132nd Street in Kirkland.
The Washington State Department of Transportation will construct a new on-ramp to northbound I-405 and a new off-ramp from southbound I-405 at NE 132nd Street in Kirkland. This type of interchange is known as a half diamond. After this project is complete, travelers will have the option to access I-405 at NE 132nd Street, rather than traveling to the heavily congested NE 124th Street or NE 160th Street interchanges. Project development started in July 2017, and the improvements are expected to open to traffic in 2023.
- Improves access to the Totem Lake regional growth center and surrounding neighborhoods in Kirkland
- Provides a new option to access I-405, creating an alternative to using local streets
- Reduces pressure on heavily congested NE 124th Street and NE 160th Street interchanges
- Builds local street improvements, including roundabouts at two intersections
- Improves pedestrian and bicycle connections in the area
- Makes environmental enhancements, including fish passage and stormwater improvements
The Washington State Legislature allocated $75 million to fund the NE 132nd Street Interchange Project through the Connecting Washington transportation package.
|Project identified in I-405 Corridor Program Environmental Impact Statement|
|Started preliminary analysis and project identified in the City of Kirkland NE 132nd Street Roadway Master Plan Study|
|Project funded by the Washington State Legislature through the Connecting Washington package|
|Began engineering and environmental review|
|Began access and right of way processes|
|Start construction (estimated spring 2021)|
|Open to traffic|