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VANCOUVER – People embarking on end-of-summer road trips throughout southwest Washington will need to plan ahead as work to improve the surface of several bridges starts next week.
On Monday, Aug. 8, the Washington State Department of Transportation’s contractor, Granite Construction, will begin work…
Cross-state travel is going to be challenging for people who use Interstate 90 between North Bend and Ellensburg starting next week. People need to anticipate delays and congestion, adjust travel times or consider alternate routes.
At 9 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11, a 9-day closure of a section of State Route 302 at Little Minter Creek will begin.
PORT ANGELES – It has been a busy summer construction season on the Olympic Peninsula as the effects of this past winter’s storms continue to linger on highways in Clallam County.
Travelers are now using a new highway exit at the State Route 3/Chico Way Northwest interchange near Bremerton. The development is the next phase in the construction project to remove barriers to fish at Chico Creek.
El Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) busca aportes para definir el cierre durante seis días del puente Lewis y Clark en 2023 a fin de realizar trabajos de preservación
Se invita a las personas que cruzan el puente Lewis y Clark a compartir cómo y cuándo utilizan el espacio; de esa manera, ayudarán al Washington State Department of Transportation a planificar el cierre del puente durante seis días en 2023 a fin de realizar un importante trabajo de preservación.
SNOHOMISH – Residents and travelers in the Snohomish area will need to prepare for an around-the-clock closure of State Route 9 beginning at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 16 to 5 a.m., Monday, Aug. 22.
People who travel across the Lewis and Clark Bridge are invited to share how and when they use the span to help the Washington State Department of Transportation plan for a six-day closure of the bridge in 2023 for important preservation work.
Washington State Department of Transportation crews will perform preservation work on a 3.8-mile section of State Route 104 Aug. 8-12.
Work begins soon on a fish barrier removal project on Bainbridge Island. The project will focus on Murden Creek under State Route 305.