The City of Sumner maintains approximately 125 lane miles of roadways including arterial and residential streets plus 12 traffic lights. Our goal for transportation is to provide an efficient and safe multi-modal transportation system to improve mobility for residents, employees, and visitors of Sumner while maintaining the small town quality of life within the City and supporting the economic vitality of the City.

Latest News about Sumner’s Roads

Wet Paint Alert

Friday, July 30, and Tuesday, August 3, Stripe-Rite will be coming through Sumner, refreshing the paint on our lanes. Please respect the cones that indicate wet paint to...

Poles Moving on Sumner-Tapps

Starting July 20, 2021 Puget Sound Energy (PSE) crews will begin installing new poles along Sumner-Tapps Highway. The poles will be relocated to less hazardous locations within the...

Academy St. Bike Lanes

The Academy Street Bicycle Lanes project will develop an east-west bicycle corridor extending east from the Sumner Sound Transit Station to Wood Avenue. Improvements will be within existing...

Future Plans

A number of planning documents shape the future projects for upgrading and maintaining Sumner’s roads. Those include

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