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Regional Transportation Projects

Traffic congestion remains a problem in Bellevue and throughout the Puget Sound region. The city works closely with the state Department of Transportation on projects designed to increase safety and reduce congestion on the important highways that run through the city: Interstate 405, Interstate 90 and State Route 520. Bellevue is also working with Sound Transit on the East Link light rail project and other transit improvements, and with King County Metro on bus options. 

The Bellevue City Council supports projects that make it easier to get in and out of the city. This section of the website provides links to information about important regional transportation work in progress, recently completed or preparing to start. 

Comments or concerns about regional transportation? Please e-mail Bellevue Transportation Policy staff.

Sound Transit East Link

Proposed light rail line to connect Seattle, Mercer Island, Bellevue and Redmond.

I-405 Corridor Projects

Projects aimed at congestion relief along the Interstate 405 corridor in Bellevue.

I-90 Two-Way HOV

State plans for additional high-occupany vehicle lanes on Interstate 90 and improved HOV access from Bellevue Way.

State Route 520 Bridge Replacement

Plans for replacement of the seismically vulnerable SR 520 Bridge with a four- or six-lane span.

Contact Information

450 110th Ave. NE
P.O. Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Contact: Tresa Berg
Phone: 425-452-4638
E-mail: tberg@bellevuewa.gov

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