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By David Pan 

City preparing to address Mukilteo Lane concerns

Residents, council want to discourage ferry commuters from using street as a shortcut

 

Last updated 1/6/2021 at 2:30pm

David Pan

Councilmember Joe Marine proposed that the city work with Burlington Northern to close the railroad gates to the Mount Baker crossing.

One way or another, the city of Mukilteo appears ready to address Mukilteo Lane residents' concerns about the possibility of additional traffic on their street from ferry commuters.

Mukilteo Lane residents have long expressed concerns that the opening of the new ferry terminal would lead to increased traffic on Mukilteo Lane, as ferry commuters would use that street as a shortcut, instead of heading to SR-525, which is where they are supposed to go for both loading and unloading.

During the Dec. 7 City Council meeting, Councilmember Joe Marine proposed that the city work with Burlington N...



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