State Route 529

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Washington State Route 529 North
Exit 194 of Interstate 5 north forms the northbound beginning of Washington 529 in the city of Everett. Pacific Avenue carries the state route under the freeway to Maple Street. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Maple Street leads south directly onto Interstate 5 south at Pacific Avenue. Washington 529 follows Maple north to Everett Avenue. Photo taken 08/30/06.
The first shield assembly for Washington 529 lies along Maple Street north between Pacific Avenue and the eastbound beginning of U.S. 2 (Hewitt Avenue). Photo taken 08/30/06.
Access to Interstate 5 north is available via the other half of the Exit 194 split diamond interchange from Everett Avenue east. Photo taken 08/30/06.
U.S. 2 begins at the intersection of Maple Street (Washington 529) and Hewitt Avenue. Hewitt Avenue passes underneath Interstate 5 and yields and on-ramp to the U.S. 2 bridge across the Snohomish River. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Hewitt Avenue continues west from U.S. 2 and Washington 529 (Maple Street) to the Everett city center. Hewitt Avenue likely carried U.S. 2 west to Broadway (old U.S. 99) originally. Photo taken 08/30/06.
California Street carries the final block of U.S. 2 as the route leaves its freeway and ends at Washington 529 (Maple Street). Photo taken 08/30/06.
Everett Avenue follows where Washington 529 turns westward toward the city center. Washington 529 Spur constitutes 0.20 miles of Everett Avenue east to the Interstate 5 northbound on-ramp. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 529 turns west onto Everett Avenue at Washington 529 Spur (unsigned here). Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington State Route 529 South
Washington 529 follows Everett Avenue east from West Marine View Drive to Maple Street through the Everett city center. Pictured here is an Interstate 5 trailblazer at the turn onto Maple Street south. Washington 529 ends at the Pacific Avenue half diamond interchange with Interstate 5 (Exit 194 for I-5 north) while Washington 529 Spur continues east along Everette Avenue to a half diamond interchange with Interstate 5 (Exit 194 of I-5 south). Photo taken 08/30/06.
Reassurance shield for Washington 529 southbound posted between Everett Avenue (Washington 529 Spur) and California Street (the westbound end of U.S. 2). Photo taken 08/30/06.
U.S. 2 eastbound begins at the intersection of Washington 529 (Maple Street) and Hewitt Avenue. Hewitt Avenue leads directly to the U.S. 2 expressway onto Ebey Island. According to the USGS Topo for Everett, U.S. 2 once continued west on Hewitt Avenue to Broadway (historic U.S. 99 / old Washington 529). Photo taken 08/30/06.
U.S. 2 westbound splits into ramps for Walnut Street north, Interstate 5 south, and California Street. California Street carries the route one block to its end at Maple Street here. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Continuing one block south, Washington 529 (Maple Street) meets the eastbound beginning of U.S. 2 at Hewitt Avenue. The western branch of U.S. 2 travels 2,119 miles between Everett and St. Ignace, Michigan. U.S. 2's eastern branch stretches between Rouses Point, New York and Houlton, Maine. Photo taken 08/30/06.
U.S. 2 heads east 2.75 miles to Washington 204 at Cavalero Corner and south to Snohomish. Overall the US route totals 326.36 miles in Washington between Everett and Newport. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 529 ends at the Pacific Avenue and Maple Street on-ramp to Interstate 5 just south of Hewitt Avenue. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington State Route 529 Spur - East
Heading east along Everett Avenue (Washington 529 Spur) at Walnut Street, one block east from Washington 529 (Maple Street). Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 529 Spur concludes its 0.20-mile journey at the northbound on-ramp for Interstate 5 to Mt. Vernon, Bellingham, and Vancouver, British Columbia. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Everett Avenue continues a few blocks beyond Interstate 5 and Washington 529 Spur to East Grand Avenue. Photo taken 08/30/06.



Photo Credits:

08/30/06 by AARoads

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U.S. 2

Page Updated 10-13-2010.