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Burke-Gilman Trail repaved in Kenmore possibly causing slowdowns for cyclists

Jun 13, 2022, 11:26 AM | Updated: 2:18 pm

A cyclist rides past a speed limit sign on the Burke-Gilman Trail.
 (Andrew Lanier/KIRO Radio)...

A cyclist rides past a speed limit sign on the Burke-Gilman Trail. (Andrew Lanier/KIRO Radio)

(Andrew Lanier/KIRO Radio)

In Kenmore, King County Parks and Recreation has announced they will be making trail repairs between 47th Ave NE and 61st Ave NE on the Burke-Gilman trail.

Repairs are set to start Monday, June 13 and are scheduled to continue until June 24.

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A detour will be put in place between the repair areas, and slower speeds are likely for cyclists and pedestrians until repaving is completed.

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