Online open house highlights future improvements to US 101 in Clallam County

Public input needed on roundabouts, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements

PORT ANGELES – Community members are invited to participate in an online open house to learn more about improvements on US 101.

Beginning today, the Washington State Department of Transportation is inviting the public to share feedback about proposed improvements on US 101. Two separate projects will re-pave two segments of US 101: East Kolonels Way to Shore Road near Port Angeles and Kitchen-Dick Road to Simdars Road in Sequim.

The two paving projects were subject to a Complete Streets review. Complete Streets provides a way to make roads safer for people who walk, cycle, roll and use transit, and for vehicles moving people and goods.

The two paving projects are expected to begin construction in 2025.

US 101 paving pre-design study online open house

When: July 8 to Aug. 5


Details: Information about the proposed improvements is available online 24/7 for people to visit and leave comments whenever best fits their schedule through Aug. 5.

Free, temporary internet access is available to those who do not have broadband service in locations throughout the state. To find the nearest Drive-In WiFi Hotspot visit:

Free WiFi access is available at these locations for people who wish to participate in the online open house/meeting:

  • Port Angeles Main Library, 2210 S. Peabody Street, Port Angeles, WA 98632
  • Sequim Library (temporary location), 609 W. Washington Street, Unit 21, Sequim WA 98382

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