Future of major roadway discussed at open house

State Route 169 is a vital north-south commuter and commercial route in the Puget Sound region, which is why local and state leaders are hosting an open house to discuss the future of the road, according to a City of Maple Valley press release.

“The purpose of this open house is to meet with key agencies and discuss the safety performance of the corridor and strategies to improve safety on (State Route 169),” the press release states. “Representatives from the Washington State Department of Transportation, King County Metro and the City of Maple Valley will be available to answer questions and to discuss the future of (State Route 169).”

The open house will be held from 6 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5, at the Lake Wilderness Golf Course banquet room, 25400 Witte Rd SE.

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