A busy commute on Interstate 5 near Seattle on July 1, 2021. Photo courtesy of WSDOT

Traffic for Thursday morning

8:17 a.m.: On I-5 southbound just north of South Albro Place an earlier incident blocking the two right lanes has been cleared.

8:08 a.m.: Maintenance on SR 501 eastbound at milepost 0 near I-5 South on ramp has closed the right lane beginning at 8 a.m. on July 1, 2021 until further notice. Use caution in the area and move over for flashing lights.

7:59 a.m.: Road work on SR 410 eastbound from milepost 13.37 near Veterans Memorial Drive East to milepost 16.7 near 233rd Avenue East until about 2 p.m.

I-90 Eastbound – Three right lanes on eastbound I-90 between 150th Avenue Southeast and State Route 900 will close from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly. Lanes begin closing at 8 p.m.

South 277th Street between 55th Avenue South and West Valley Highway North in Auburn. Lanes will be shifted to one lane in each direction during Puget Sound Energy gas line relocation work. Work will take place Monday June 1 through Thursday, July 1, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.




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