Interurban Trail closures near the Lynnwood Transit Center to start in mid-September

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As early as Monday, Sept. 14, Sound Transit’s contractor will close the Interurban Trail near the Lynnwood Transit Center to begin work for the Lynnwood Link Extension.

The Interurban Trail will be closed between 52nd Avenue South and 44th Avenue West. The Scriber Creek Trail will also be closed between the Interurban Trail and 48th Avenue West.

The closure will be in effect through Sept. 17. Additionally, the trail will be closed intermittently over the next two years and detours will be provided.

The Scriber Creek Trail will experience closures between mid-September 2020 and September 2022. Additional Interurban trail closures are scheduled, including:

    • Late October – two weeks
    • December – intermittent short-term, closures
    • March 2021 – 2 months
    • May 2022 – 6 months

Community members are advised to follow all detour signage and stay within marked trail detours. In the event of inclement weather or unforeseen issues, dates and times are subject to change.

For more information, contact Sound Transit Outreach Specialist Rhonda Dixon at or 206-370-5569. Or the after-hours construction hotline at 888-298-2395.

  1. Great. ST3 will be finished just in time for no one to use it. Nobody is going to travel into Seattle, since it will be nothing but a pile of smoking rubble. All the businesses will have moved out of Seattle and gone to Bellevue. 100 BILLION wasted.

  2. Great! Can’t wait to take the Light Rail to UW, east-side, ID, and the airport! When I was in Chicago last year, we didn’t need to rent a car: just took the L trains from the airport to hotel by Wintrust Arena, and then the Metro rail from McCormick Place down the street to all the Museums (Natural History, Art, etc.) a few minutes away. Simple and easy. Also was a breeze to take the L trains to the downtown area for the Architecture river tour. The metro staff were awesome and sometimes let our kids on free whenever we had questions about tickets and routes. Hopefully this experience can be replicated in our region when our Light Rail is completed.

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