South Downtown I-405 Access Study Online Open House

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Map of the study area in south downtown Bellevue. The study area extends to Northeast Second Street to the north, 112th Avenue Southeast to the west, south of Southeast Eighth Street to the south and Lake Hills Connector to the east. The map also includes the planning Link light rail and station, Grand Connection, Lake to Lake greenway trails and King County’s Eastrail

8/21/2020: Open house now closed. Thank you for the comments; a summary will be published on the site.


Welcome to the South Downtown I-405 Access Study online open house! Bellevue continues to grow, with the new East Main light rail station opening in 2023 and plans for development south of downtown and in the Wilburton area. The City of Bellevue is working to address traffic congestion and help people get where they need to go, whether they are walking, biking, riding transit or driving.

The city is partnering with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to study a new I-405 interchange between Northeast Second Street and Southeast Eighth Street.

Use this online open house to learn about the study and interchange alternatives we are considering. Please give your feedback by August 21.

Map of the study area in south downtown Bellevue. The study area extends to Northeast Second Street to the north, 112th Avenue Southeast to the west, south of Southeast Eighth Street to the south and Lake Hills Connector to the east. The map also includes the planning Link light rail and station, Grand Connection, Lake to Lake greenway trails and King County’s Eastrail

8/21/2020: Open house now closed. Thank you for the comments; a summary will be published on the site.


Welcome to the South Downtown I-405 Access Study online open house! Bellevue continues to grow, with the new East Main light rail station opening in 2023 and plans for development south of downtown and in the Wilburton area. The City of Bellevue is working to address traffic congestion and help people get where they need to go, whether they are walking, biking, riding transit or driving.

The city is partnering with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to study a new I-405 interchange between Northeast Second Street and Southeast Eighth Street.

Use this online open house to learn about the study and interchange alternatives we are considering. Please give your feedback by August 21.