Crews break ground on I-405 interchange project in Kirkland

When completed, drivers will have the option to access I-405 at Northeast 132nd Street in Kirkland instead of using more heavily congested options.

KIRKLAND, Wash. – Crews with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) broke ground Monday on a major project on Interstate 405 in Kirkland.

When completed, the WSDOT said the I-405/NE 132nd Street Interchange Project will allow drivers to access I-405 at Northeast 132nd Street instead of driving through “heavily congested” interchanges at Northeast 124th or Northeast 160th streets.

The project, which is expected to be completed in 2023, includes building a new half-diamond interchange, along with an on-ramp to northbound

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