Rough Trip North Everett To Marysville

April 29, 2016

Everett

Everett to Marysville

Traffic on I-5 crawled and the main routes through Everett were horrible Friday afternoon.

If this Friday afternoon commute is any indication it is going to be a rough weekend to go from Everett to Marysville.

The Snohomish County Squeeze is on with narrower lanes on I-5 at the main Marysville 4th street interchange.

There will also be a closure of the ramp from 529 to northbound I-5. Here’s an update from the State DOT…

**DRIVER ALERT** Friday, April 29, to the morning of Monday, May 2

Northbound I-5 before SR 528 will be reduced to two narrower lanes from 9:30 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday for expansion joint replacement work.

Traffic may be reduced to one lane overnight Friday and overnight Sunday. This work is weather dependent.
Friday, April 29, to the morning of Monday, May 2 – The SR 529 on-ramp to northbound I-5 will be closed from 9:30 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday for expansion joint replacement work.

Friday, April 29, to the morning of Monday, May 2 – The northbound I-5 off-ramp to SR 528 will be closed from 9:30 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday for expansion joint replacement work.

You can click here for more detailed information along with cameras and maps of the work being done.

Traffic on the main northbound routes through Everett such as Colby, Broadway and Evergreen Way was also horrible for the Friday afternoon commute.

Everett to Marysville

A look at Broadway and Everett Ave. northbound Friday afternoon


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2 Responses to “Rough Trip North Everett To Marysville”

  1. anon Says:

    Black Lines Matter.

  2. Johnson Says:

    I managed to get caught in this accidentally as I made my way to Safeway on Broadway. Traffic is traffic, it happens sometimes. The real concern for me were the occasional maniac drivers — in less than a one mile drive, I witnessed three near accidents. One person tried to pull out in front of me on 19th Street, one person drove into the oncoming traffic lane to take a left turn onto Broadway around the people already in the left turn lane, almost causing an accident, and then inexplicably not 30 seconds later, someone tried to zip on into the straight lane from the left turn lane and nearly got clipped… I picked the wrong day to want a sandwich, jeez.