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Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road to Get Makeover

King County will repair 11 miles of roadway starting Aug. 20

Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road is scheduled for repaving next week, just one of several unincorporated roadways that will get a complete makeover this season as King County kicks off its annual pavement overlay program beginning Aug. 20.

In all, 11 miles of roadway near Maple Valley, Renton, Redmond, Woodinville and Duvall will be repaved with a new layer of asphalt. The process will include patching cracks and potholes, grinding away worn surfaces, rebuilding damaged roadbeds and shoulders, and repairing drainage systems before the new pavement and fresh striping is applied.

The end result will be a much smoother and quieter surface for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. The new pavement will also add 10 to 15 years of new life for some of the county’s most deteriorated roadways.

Roads that will be repaved this season include:

  • Southeast Petrovitsky Road - South King County
  • Southeast Preston-Fall City Road - Snoqualmie Valley
  • Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road –Northeast King County
  • Northeast 133rd Street – Northeast King County 
  • Trilogy Parkway- near Redmond

Most of the overlay work will occur daily during non-peak travel periods to minimize disruptions. However, residents are advised that some night paving will occur on Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road beginning Monday (Aug. 20) to avoid adding to daytime congestion on the busy roadway. The work will occur between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. daily and should be wrapped up by Labor Day. The remaining paving activity should be completed by October.

For more information about the overlay program and weekly updates on the County’s paving schedule, visit www.kingcounty.gov/paving

Is there an intersection or specific stretch of roadway you feel needs some attention? Let us know in the comment section, below.

Ann Parrish August 17, 2012 at 10:47 PM
194th Ave NE, arterial running north off of W-D road, is pitted with large potholes on the southbound side. There have been numerous requests from neighbors to repair the holes before they cause an accident.
Annie Archer August 18, 2012 at 12:21 AM
It's about time!

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