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Tokul Roundabout Project Overview

Project Description

The project is located at the intersections of SR 202 & SE Tokul Road, and SR 202 & SE Mill Pond Road.  The Tokul Road Roundabout improves safety of existing traffic by eliminating these two intersections that do not meet current safety standards.  This roadway is heavily utilized by trucks traveling from SR 202 to the sand and gravel mine located in unincorporated King County as well as nearly 2 million visitors annually traveling to Snoqualmie Falls.

Projected Substantial Completion Date

May of 2016, weather dependent
Traffic Alerts

April  20, Wednesday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting
April  21, Thursday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting

Paving of the top layer of asphalt of the new Tokul roundabout will occur this week from 7 a.m. on Wednesday, April 20 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 21.

There will be single lane closures with one-way alternate traffic control.

Long traffic delays are expected on both directions of State Route 202, Mill Pond Road, Tokul Road, and Snoqualmie Parkway.  Flaggers will be on hand to assist with traffic control. 

Traffic Revision Aerial Map (04/14/2016)

Upcoming work activities anticipated through April 30, 2016:

  • Paving crews will begin installing the final layer of asphalt for the entire roundabout project including SR 202, Mill Pond Road, and Tokul Road.
  • 16 luminaires and poles are active and working for night time illumination.
  • Stream mitigation site coordination is on-going with the Meadowbrook Farm board. The contractor will be installing tree logs and plants.
  • Contractor crews are constructing pedestrian walkways and trails.
  • Landscaping crews are installing plants and shrubs throughout the project. 

Benefits of the Tokul Roundabout

  1. Combining the intersections into one single-lane modern roundabout.
  2. Decreasing vehicle speeds, improving  signage, and reducing traffic conflict points.
  3. Improving access to for visitors to Snoqualmie Falls Park to travel to downtown Snoqualmie and Snoqualmie Ridge.
  4. Increasing safety for pedestrians and bicyclists to travel between Snoqualmie Falls Park, downtown Snoqualmie, and Snoqualmie Ridge. 
  5. Upgrading the storm drain systems to current storm water quantity and quality standards.

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Kamal Mahmoud, Project Engineer
425-831-4919 office
425-449-6350 cell

Daniel J. Marcinko, Parks & Public Works Director
425-831-4919 office
425-766-2231 cell

Lizzy Billington, Merchant Liaison


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