What local transportation system improvements are necessary to support future growth in the City Center area? Will new or improved local streets provide sufficient mobility, or is a new on or off ramp from I-5 or SR-525 necessary? Exciting transportation projects are underway in Lynnwood. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is moving forward with plans for new and improved connections at I-5 and SR- 525, and the City is conducting a study of downtown Lynnwood to determine what, if any, transportation improvements could be made to improve access to the new City Center. Lynnwood has been honored to be 1 of 3 designated urban centers in Snohomish County as a part of the Puget Sound Regional Council’s Destination 2030 plan.
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The alternatives proposed as part of the Access Study will influence the findings of the City Center Street Master Plan.
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