State Route 532

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Washington State Route 532 East
Sunrise Boulevard south at the eastbound beginning of SR 532 and East Camano Drive. The state route travels 10.09 miles east from this intersection to Interstate 5 at Exit 212. Photo taken 08/30/06.
A begin shield for Washington 532 follows the East Camano Drive intersection with Sunrise Boulevard near Terrys Corner. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 532 (East Camano Drive) merges with North Camano Drive east of Terrys Corner. East Camano Drive serves the north shore of Camano Island. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Davis Slough separates Island and Snohomish Counties. Washington 532 provides the only land based route between the two areas and uses this 1949-bridge west of Stanwood. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Eide Road loops east and south along South Pass from Washington 532 near the Stillaguamish River bridge. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Pictured here is the 1949-General Mark W. Clark Bridge that carried Washington 532 east from Camano Island to Stanwood over the Stillaguamish. This bridge was replaced by August 2010 with a modern span including 14 foot shoulders. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Continuing east from the Stillaguamish, Washington 532 enters the city of Stanwood along 269th Place NW. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 532 reassurance marker posted along 268th Street NW eastbound after 102nd Avenue NW near the Stanwood city center. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Mast-arm supported traffic lights facilitate the movements between Washington 532 (268th Street NW) and 88th Avenue NW in Stanwood. 88th Avenue provides connections to 84th Avenue NW south to Florence. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 532 crosses over a 1960-built bridge over the BNSF Railroad and 84th Avenue NW east of 88th Avenue NW. The narrow two-lane span repaved and rehabilitated in 2009. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Pioneer Highway (old Washington 530) crosses paths with Washington 532 (268th Street NW) south of East Stanwood. Pioneer Highway connects Stanwood with Silvana to the southeast and Conway to the north and was a part of Washington 530 until 1991. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Leaving Pioneer Highway along Washington 532 east at the next reassurance shield. Photo taken 08/30/06.
72nd Avenue NW intersects Washington 532 north of Pioneer Highway and south of 276th Street NW. The north-south road is lined with retail and apartment complexes southward and connects 268th Street NW with Stanwood High School to the north. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Sunday Lake Road north and 12th Avenue NW south come together at Washington 532 east near Sunday Lake. The highway left 268th Street NW at 72nd Avenue NW in East Stanwood. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Old 99 (old U.S. 99) intersects Washington 532 ahead of its diamond interchange with Interstate 5. The state route ends ahead, again as 268th Street NW. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington State Route 532 West
Washington 532 begins at the 268th Street SW diamond interchange with Interstate 5 (Exit 212). The state route branches south from 268th Street SW at 12th Avenue NW beyond the first westbound reassurance marker. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Westbound mileage sign posted four miles out from Stanwood and seven miles from Camano Island. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Most intersections along Washington 532 are not signalized. Pictured here is the state route west at Sunday Lake Road south and 28th Avenue NW north. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Entering the city of Stanwood along Washington 532 west near 72nd Avenue NW. The state route overtakes 268th Street NW west from 72nd Avenue to the Stanwood city center. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Lowering toward the intersection with Pioneer Highway (former Washington 530) on 268th Street NW west. A guide sign directs drivers to Stanwood to use any of the next three intersections. The city center however lies directly along Washington 532. Photo taken 08/30/06.
A traffic signal governs the movements between Washington 532 (268th Street NW) and Pioneer Highway. Pioneer Highway was once a part of Washington 530. The state route was truncated from its end at Conway (Interstate 5) south to Stanwood and east to Silvana and Arlington (Interstate 5) in 1991. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 532 elevates to pass over the BNSF Railroad and 84th Avenue NW west of Pioneer Highway. The 1960-built narrow two-lane span was rehabilitated in 2009. Photo taken 08/30/06.
88th Avenue NW connects Washington 532 (268th Street NW) with a commercial area bound by 271st Street NW to the north and 84th Avenue NW to the east. 84th Avenue leads south to Florence and Warm Beach along Port Susan as Marine Drive. Photo taken 08/30/06.
92nd Avenue NW leads north from Washington 268 to 271st Street NW and 276th Street NW at Heritage Park. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 532 reaches the Stanwood city center and intersects 102nd Avenue NW opposite the Stillguamish River. 102nd Avenue NW exits the city as the Old Pacific Highway to Pioneer Highway (old Washington 530). Photo taken 08/30/06.
Rising westbound onto the original Stillaguamish River bridge of Washington 532 west. Construction between July 2009 and August 2010 demolished the 1949-span and replaced it with a modern crossing. The new bridge carries two lanes of traffic along side 14 foot shoulders. Photo taken 08/30/06.
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Rising westbound onto the original Stillaguamish River bridge of Washington 532 west. Construction between July 2009 and August 2010 demolished the 1949-span and replaced it with a modern crossing. The new bridge carries two lanes of traffic along side 14 foot shoulders.1 Photos taken 08/30/06.
Spanning Davis Slough on a 1949-constructed bridge along Washington 532 west. The slough separates Island County from Snohomish County. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Approaching the split of North Camano Drive and East Camano Drive at Terrys Corner. Interests to Camano Island State Park should follow East Camano Drive south from Washington 532 to Mountain View Road west. Photo taken 08/30/06.
North Camano Drive ventures east to Utsaladay and Maple Grove Beach along Saratoga Passage. East Camano Drive leads south to Mountain View Beach and Camano Head. Photo taken 08/30/06.
Washington 532 ends at the East Camano Drive intersection with Sunrise Boulevard. Sunrise Boulevard spurs south to Sunrise Point and Lona Beach from North Camano Drive at Terrys Corner. Photo taken 08/30/06.

Sources:

  1. http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/projects/sr532/


Photo Credits:

08/30/06 by AARoads

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Page Updated 10-13-2010.