Intermittent closures of the Trail between the Lynnwood Transit Center and 52nd Ave W for Sound Transit Construction are expected through 2022. Specific closure updates will be listed here. A detour route will be in place–see rider alerts and maps under "Related Information" to the right of the page.The trail will be closed September 9-23, 2022 between Cedar Valley Way and the 44th Ave Overpass.
A planning study to identify Trail improvements was launched in 2015 with a new Interurban Trail Master Plan for Improvements adopted in 2018. The master plan identifies the character of the Trail by segment and offers opportunities for improvements including the recently completed 40th Ave W trailhead plaza. The master plan focuses on landscaping and amenities to create a safe and comfortable environment will be created to better serve the community and economic health. Neighbors and businesses bordering the trail interested in sponsoring a small capital improvement on the trail, contact Sarah Olson at solson@LynnwoodWA.gov.
The Interurban Trail follows the route once used by the electric Interurban Railway that ran between Seattle and Everett from 1910 to 1939. Soon after Highway 99 was built, the interurban was abandoned in favor of travel by bus and automobile. Puget Power converted the Interurban corridor to a power line corridor and titled segments to Seattle City Light and Snohomish County Public Utility District #1. In the mid-90s, cities along the corridor between Seattle and Everett began developing portions of the Interurban Trail for non-motorized commuter and recreational use. Car No. 55, one of the six original electric cars that traveled between Seattle and Everett, has been renovated and is now on display at Heritage Park.
212th Street Southwest to 177th Street Southwest, Lynnwood 98036 View Map
212th Street Southwest to 177th Street Southwest ,
Lynnwood's parks are open dawn to dusk.