Drivers: Make your plan for the extended closure of Fourth Avenue Northwest and Southeast 62nd Street.
Starting June 26, 2017, crews closed sections of 62nd Street and Fourth Avenue, a connector that is also called the Interstate 90 Undercrossing.
The closure, which is related to construction of the Southeast 62nd Street extension, will continue until late 2018.
The closure affects one of only four ways to cross Interstate 90 in Issaquah. Drivers can still use Front Street/East Lake Sammamish Parkway, State Route 900 and Highlands Drive Northeast to get across I-90.
During the closure, drivers can access the Issaquah Post Office and the Issaquah Medical Building via Northwest Gilman Boulevard and Fourth Avenue Northwest.
The entire project includes construction of a bridge, roundabouts and additional infrastructure.
When completed, the project will create an important link between East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast and Lake Drive, near Costco’s warehouse and international headquarters.
As part of the project, a section of 221st Place Southeast closed in April until late 2018. During construction, access will remain for all businesses along 221st Place.
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