Expect Ongoing Construction Along Madison In Central Everett As Bike Lane Project Begins

May 5, 2023


Madison paving

This week crews finished underground utility work on Madison.

Madison bike lanes

From Sievers Duecy to Madison

Madison Bike Lanes

From Madison to Commercial

Now that crews have finished working on underground utilities, those living along Glenwood – Madison Street between Sievers Duecy and Commercial Avenue can expect a late Spring and Summer filled with construction.

The City of Everett, Washington works to repave that stretch of roadway and add bike lanes along Madison that would connect to the area of the Interurban trail. Here’s more detail and links to project documents from the City.
Work to resurface Madison Street from Sievers Duecy Boulevard to Jefferson Avenue will begin in mid-May. The construction contractor will be Reece Construction Company. Expected impacts include noise during work hours (generally 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., with possible nightwork for striping) and temporary traffic and parking restrictions.

Flaggers will assist with traffic flow; emergency services and property access will always be accommodated.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience to you. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we complete this important project. More information about the project is available at everettwa.gov/overlay.

If you have questions or would like additional information contact Kathleen Baxter, public information officer, at 425-257-8875 or kbaxter@everettwa.gov.

The striping of this portion of Madison Street is part of the Active Connections: Madison Street project that will build one-way buffered bike lanes along the curb on both sides of Madison Street. Everett has chosen a design that improves bicyclist safety, maintains most on-street parking, provides traffic-calming effects and maintains vehicle capacity. For more information about the Active Connections: Madison Street project, visit everettwa.gov/activemadison.


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