Concrete delivery strike

Learn how the ongoing concrete delivery strike in King County is affecting WSDOT operations. 

Since early December 2021, some WSDOT projects in King County have had limited or no access to concrete deliveries due to a labor dispute between King County concrete suppliers and delivery drivers represented by Teamsters Local 174. Impacts of this strike include layoffs of contractor employees and the potential for increased taxpayer costs. WSDOT is working closely with King County, the City of Seattle, the Port of Seattle, Sound Transit, and the Washington State Convention Center to urge  for a negotiated resolution of the dispute.

WSDOT will post weekly updates about the impacts of the strike on this web page.

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