TRAFFIC ALERT

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State Route 164 between 176th Way Southeast and Southeast 413th Place fully closed for both directions of traffic for 90 days at 8 a.m. Monday, July 12. Signed detours are in place.

SR 520 Both Directions – Flammable cargo is prohibited on SR 520 eastbound and westbound from Montlake Boulevard to 84th Avenue Northeast

State Route 20 North Cascades Highway between milepost 165 and 177 — about 20 miles west of Winthrop — closed to traffic as a July 12 because of fire activity. There is no estimated time for reopening of the road and this closure is expected to remain in place through the weekend. There is no local detour. Cross-state travel is available on US 2 and I-90.


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