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East Lake Washington Boulevard weekend closure

5/29/2015 to 6/1/2015
7 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Crews will close East Lake Washington Boulevard from Friday, May 29 at 7 p.m. to Monday, June 1 at 6 a.m. in order to replace old water and electrical utility lines. All lanes and sidewalks of East Lake Washington Boulevard from Montlake Boulevard to East Roanoke Street will be closed. All northbound traffic lanes from the SR 520 ramps to and from Lake Washington Boulevard to East Roanoke Street will be closed. Crews will maintain access for bicyclists and pedestrians in the Montlake area. Bicyclists and pedestrians can use the existing city of Seattle bike route over the 24th Avenue East bridge to travel through the Montlake area.

Light: Crews will use lights to illuminate the work zone at night. Noise and Vibration: Nearby residents will likely hear and feel construction activities including heavy machinery such as excavators, saw cutters, dump trucks, compactors, paving machines and light plants. Use of noisy impact equipment, like jackhammers, will occur before 10 p.m. as required by the temporary noise variance. Traffic: All lanes and sidewalks of East Lake Washington Boulevard from Montlake Boulevard to East Roanoke Street will be closed. All northbound traffic lanes from the SR 520 ramps to and from Lake Washington Boulevard to East Roanoke Street will be closed. Residents will have limited local access during the closure and should use alternative routes and on-street parking off of East Lake Washington Boulevard. All SR 520 on- and off-ramps will remain open. Crews will maintain access for bicyclists and pedestrians in the Montlake area. Bicyclists and pedestrians can use the existing city of Seattle bike route over the 24th Avenue East bridge to travel through the Montlake area.

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