State Route 202 (SR 202) -- Woodinville to North Bend

Washington State Route 202 (SR 202) is a highway in King County that begins at the Bothell-Woodinville border and terminates at Interstate 90 in North Bend.  The highway is 30 miles in length .

The State recently completed a $96 million project on State Route 202 widening it, added bike lanes and pedestrian sidewalks, improved lighting and built one of the largest wetlands in Washington State. This project included improvements which will reduce the number of car accidents, relieve congestion and protects the environment.

Along the route of SR 202, drivers are taken through downtown Redmond where the Microsoft headquarters has its main campus.  From Redmond, the highway goes through unincorporated King County to Fall City where it joins the Preston-Fall City Road and cross the Snoqualmie River. As it reaches the town of North Bend, the highway merges into I-90.

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State Route 202 (SR 202) -- Woodinville to North Bend