A road paving project is underway north of the east entrance to campus down by the Greenwood parking lot. It is scheduled to continue through Friday of this week and may cause congestion in the area, so commuters are encouraged to access the college via a different route or to allow extra time in your travel plans.
Getting to Shoreline Community College could take just a wee bit longer over the next few weeks.
A State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) spokesman says there will be “a small construction project” on N. 160th from Dayton Ave. to Aurora Ave. (see map) that will begin May 26 and is anticipated to run through mid-June.
Finals, by the way, start on June 10 and run through June 12.
According to WSDOT, there will be single-lane closures in both directions during day-time hours that may cause delays. The westbound right lane will also be closed overnight for a single night at some point during the project. Most of the work for the project will be in the westbound lane, which leads to the college.
Finals or not, this might not be the time to cut it close on the commute time.