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Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way

New traffic signals will turn on at the Yew Way-Maltby Road intersection on State Route 524, just west of SR 522 near Woodinville, early Wednesday, Sept. 9.

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Arrests made in Everett homicide

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Changes proposed for crude oil movement reporting requirements

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Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend

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Allow extra time if traveling this Labor Day weekend

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Public invited to comment on firefighting foam collection and disposal plan

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Published:2020-09-08 Roads Print Snohomish Times
Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way

MALTBY – New traffic signals will turn on at the Yew Way-Maltby Road intersection on State Route 524, just west of SR 522 near Woodinville, early Wednesday, Sept. 9.


Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation recently added a lane on the northbound Yew Way portion of SR 524, creating a through lane in addition to a left turn lane where Yew Way intersects with Maltby Road. They also added the traffic signals for the three-way intersection.

The new lane allows unimpeded access for traffic continuing north on Yew Way. Until now, through traffic northbound on Yew Way would have to wait for people turning left onto Maltby Road, which could cause backups toward SR 522 during afternoon commutes and other times.

Railroad crossing work continues

Snohomish County has a separate project near the intersection to improve the railroad crossing, including adding a safety crossing gate.

This work could require single lane closures. It will continue through October.

Hyperlinks within the release:
• Added a lane: wsdot.wa.gov/projects/sr524/yew-way/home
• New lane: wsdot.wa.gov/projects/sr524/yew-way/final-configuration
• Improve the railroad cross: snohomishcountywa.gov/5646/SR-524-and-Yew-Way---Maltby-2020


Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way Lane, traffic signals added on SR 524 at Yew Way
2020-09-08
New traffic signals will turn on at the Yew Way-Maltby Road intersection on State Route 524, just west of SR 522 near Woodinville, early Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Arrests made in Everett homicide Arrests made in Everett homicide
2020-09-06
Since the homicide on August 31st, detectives have investigated the shooting death of a male inside a vehicle at Langus Riverfront Park (411 Smith Island Rd).
Changes proposed for crude oil movement reporting requirements Changes proposed for crude oil movement reporting requirements
2020-09-03
Knowing when, where and what kind of oil is transported across Washington state is critically important to first responders when a spill happens.
Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend Check schedules and expect waits for state ferries over Labor Day weekend
2020-09-03
People who plan to travel on a state ferry over the Labor Day weekend should check sailing schedules and plan for long waits if driving a vehicle aboard.
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2020-09-02
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2020-09-02
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Public invited to comment on firefighting foam collection and disposal plan Public invited to comment on firefighting foam collection and disposal plan
2020-09-01
The Washington Department of Ecology proposes to use the states hazardous waste contractor, Clean Harbors, to collect stockpiles of PFAS-containing firefighting foam from fire stations and select state agencies across Washington.
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