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Old 04-11-2015, 11:03 AM   #1
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I-5 or I-405 Through Seatle

We're heading north on Sunday Morning from Centralia Washington and will be going through Seattle.

Just looking at the Google Maps and it's showing taking the I-5 straight on through or also taking the 405.

Just wondering if any of you who know this route can suggest the better way to get through Seattle on a Sunday Morning.

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Old 04-11-2015, 11:46 AM   #2
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I have pretty much come to the conclusion that 405 is just as congested as I5 and since 405 is longer I just grit my teeth and take I5. If you go through on Sunday morning you really should not have that much of a problem.
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Yes I would take I-5 and stay in lane 2, Sunday's are not so bad.
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On a Sunday, I'd use 5.
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I came thru Seattle on Monday at approx 2PM and maintained speed at 55 or above all the way. I think 405 is worse than sticking it out on the 5
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Yes, I-5. Sundays not bad at all.
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We're heading north on Sunday Morning from Centralia Washington and will be going through Seattle.

Just looking at the Google Maps and it's showing taking the I-5 straight on through or also taking the 405.

Just wondering if any of you who know this route can suggest the better way to get through Seattle on a Sunday Morning.

Thanks

I5 has so many more lanes. 405 feels a little tight to me.
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