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Encyclopedia > Washington State Route 104

Washington State Route 104 is a highway in the state of Washington, U.S.A. It extends from Discovery Bay in the northwest to Lake Forest Park in the southeast. Its length is just under 32 miles (52 km), excluding the portion of the route carried by the Washington State Ferries run from Kingston to Edmonds.


Originating at U.S. Highway 101 on the Olympic Peninsula, it runs southeasterly towards Hood Canal, and crosses it to the Kitsap Peninsula on the third longest floating bridge in the world, the Hood Canal Bridge. From there it continues to Kingston, from which the ferry run to Edmonds is an integral part of the route. It continues its southeasterly course from Edmonds and crosses Washington State Route 99 just north of the King-Snohomish County line. SR-104 becomes the line itself from just east of SR-99 to its intersection with Interstate 5, where it once again turns southeast, as Ballinger Way N.E. The highway ends at Bothell Way N.E. (Washington State Route 522) in Lake Forest Park.


External links

  • Highways of Washington State (http://www.angelfire.com/wa2/hwysofwastate/sr104.html)

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List of Washington State Routes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (455 words)
The Washington State Route system is the official name given to the highway system in Washington owned, maintained, and managed by the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Odd-numbered major routes run north-south and are numbered from 3 in the west to 31 in the east.
For instance, 104 and 117 are spurs of U.S., 505 and 527 are spurs of I-5, and 261 is a spur of 26.
Washington State Route 104 (183 words)
Washington State Route 104 is a highway in the state of Washington, U.S.A It extends from Discovery Bay in the northwest to Lake Forest Park in the southeast.
Its length is just under 32 miles, excluding the portion of the route carried by the Washington State Ferries run from Kingston to Edmonds.
Originating at U.S. Highway 101 on the Olympic Peninsula, it runs southeasterly towards Hood Canal, and crosses it to the Kitsap Peninsula on the third longest floating bridge in the world, the Hood Canal Bridge.
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