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Traffic Congestion at Tokul Roundabout

Those who need to travel through the Tokul Roundabout may experience delays today due to roadwork by the City of the Snoqualmie. For details, see the City of Snoqualmie notice below.  (More recently, the City provided an update that they should complete their roadwork this afternoon...so the roundabout should be fully operational tomorrow, April 1.)

 
Schools are aware of this issue. Any students riding school buses, who arrived late due to this road issue, will be automatically excused. (Since bus riding students are in the care of the District, parents do not need to call in.) 
 
For students arriving in personal vehicles, however, who may have  been late because of this congestion, parents will need to call their school to excuse their student. Attendance line numbers include: Mount Si High School (425-831-8200), Two Rivers School (425-831-4200), Chief Kanim Middle School (425-831-8226), Fall City Elementary (425-831-4000).
 
School bus routes will be re-routed to avoid the roundabout intersection this afternoon. To sign up for BusBulletin notifications about specific bus routes, click here. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
 
Please direct any questions regarding the roadwork to the city contact below.
 
 
Message from the City of Snoqualmie from March 30:
 
Traffic Alert: Tokul Roundabout Traffic Revision
March 30, 7 p.m. through April 1, 5 p.m.
 
Snoqualmie, WA – Road work at the Tokul roundabout construction site will cause alternating one-way traffic from Wednesday, March 30 at 7 p.m. through Friday, April 1 at 5:00 p.m. There will be traffic control flaggers during that time period.
 
Please plan ahead for possible back-ups and delays.
 
Questions may be directed to Kamal Mahmoud, Project Engineer for the City of Snoqualmie, at kmahmoud@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us or 425-449-6350.
 
More information about the Tokul roundabout project and the April 2016 construction schedule is on the city website at http://bit.ly/TokulProject.
 
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Contact:
Kamal Mahmoud, Project Engineer
City of Snoqualmie
kmahmoud@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us
425-449-6350