145th Street and I-5 Interchange online open house and online presentation

Thursday, November 5, 2020

The interchange at 145th Street and I-5 greatly influences how traffic moves along 145th Street through Shoreline. 

With the arrival in 2024 of Sound Transit Link light rail and the new Shoreline South / 145th Station for light rail and bus transit, Shoreline residents and regional travelers need safe, efficient ways to connect to these facilities and to an expanding pedestrian and bike network.

To address these needs, the City of Shoreline and WSDOT, in cooperation with Sound Transit, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) and King County Metro, plan to replace the signalized intersections on either side of I-5 with roundabouts and update lane configurations on the bridge over I-5. 

These improvements will address today’s and future transportation needs, reduce traffic congestion, and improve safety and access along the corridor for decades to come.

More information about the project here: shorelinewa.gov/145interchange

You are invited to participate in two online events to learn about and provide input on the 145th Street and I-5 Interchange Project.

Online presentation

The online presentation will present information on the current challenges at the 145th and I-5 interchange and how this project will address them. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions of the project team.

Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm

To register, please go to this link or visit the online open house, 145thinterchange.infocommunity.org.

The online presentation will be recorded and posted on the project webpage shorelinewa.gov/145interchange after it takes place.

Online open house and survey

Visit the online open house, open through November 20, at: 145thinterchange.infocommunity.org

The purpose of this online open house is to provide a chance for you to:
  • Learn about the current challenges at the 145th Street and I-5 interchange.
  • Learn more about this project and how it addresses those challenges.
  • Share what’s important to you and provide comment.

If you are unable to participate in these online events, email Bob Earl at bearl@shorelinewa.gov before November 20 to discuss the project, request mailed/emailed drawings, and/or request a copy of the online open house and/or online presentation summary.


Anonymous,  November 8, 2020 at 8:56 AM  

They are clearly having this meeting at noon on Tuesday to do everything in their power to minimize input from people in our community who work for a living. Rather than presenting a set of options with pros and cons, this is being presented as a done deal that they are ramming down our throats. Terrible governance, but you get what you vote for.

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