SR 202 Reduced to One Lane Monday, July 24, North of Snoqualmie for Fish Passage Work 

State Route 202 north of Snoqualmie will be reduced to one lane Monday, July 24, for daytime geotechnical work ahead of an upcoming fish passage improvement project. Flaggers will alternate traffic through the work zone.

Contractors working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will close one lane of SR 202/Southeast Fall City-Snoqualmie Road from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday near 367th Avenue Southeast.

Early in 2024, Atkinson Construction will replace culverts under Fish Hatchery Road and SR 202 that impede fish passage along Skunk Creek. Crews will build new structures that restore natural stream conditions and open new habitat for salmon, steelhead and other species.

This stream restoration project is combined with two other fish passage projects in King County, including the Sunset Creek project on Interstate 90 in Bellevue.

For the latest construction closure information, visit WSDOT’s real-time travel map or follow WSDOT on social media.

[Information provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation]

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