Snohomish County Public Works received a grant for $417,620 from the Federal Rail Crossing Safety Program. This project will be advertised for bids in fall 2018 and construction is expected in 2019.
Improvements to the 240th Street SE Railroad crossing, east of Snohomish Woodinville Road, will not be constructed this year as originally planned. Bids received from contractors were significantly higher than the funds available for this project. Snohomish County Public Works is currently evaluating maintenance options at the intersection and additional funding alternatives. More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Snohomish County Public Works had proposed improvements to the railroad crossing at 240th St SE, east of Snohomish Woodinville Road. Construction would include updates to the roadway from Snohomish Woodinville Road to the rail crossing, installation of a reinforced crossing, the addition of a connection to the existing sidewalk on the north side of the road, and upgrades to pedestrian facilities.
Snohomish County Public Works received a grant from the Washington State Freight Rail Assistance Program.
A Notice of Land Disturbing Activity Permit was issued on December 11, 2016 with a 21-day comment period. The comment period ended January 3, 2017. The notice is available by viewing the link below: