This project includes improvements to College Way beneath I-5 to add more lane capacity and relieve traffic congestion. Improvements include traffic signal modifications, adding two additional traffic lanes on both the north and south side of College Way, storm drain improvements, relocating of utilities, modifications to the I-5 bridge abutments to accommodate the road widening, installation of curb gutter, and sidewalk. This segment of College Way has heavy turning traffic at the I-5 interchange that causes blocking of through vehicles in the east/west direction.
This project is funded by Federal Highway Administration (FHWA),
the Washington Transportation Improvement Board (TIB), and a County economic development grant.
Bids were opened on September 27, 2018. On October 10, 2018, this project was awarded to Granite Construction. The contractor did some tieback testing during December and work is expected to begin in February 2019, with construction taking nine to twelve months.
Tuesday, January 15th at 9:00 pm
The west signal at I-5 southbound off ramp will be turned off to relocate the traffic signal controller.
Signal should be up and running by 5:00 am Wednesday.
Flaggers will be on-site to direct traffic.