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Exciting changes are coming to southwest Pierce County. Our contractor has begun construction that will widen Interstate 5 for High Occupancy Vehicle lanes between 41st Division Drive and Mounts Road in DuPont.
Read part three of the Wapato Way roundabout blog series, "It spins me right round baby, right round: How do I use a roundabout?"
OLYMPIA – WSDOT releases its 2022 Multimodal Mobility Dashboard and shows highway travel is on the rise again.
SUMNER – Future improvements and investments for the State Route 162/SR 410 overpass in Sumner are the focus of an online open house.
DUPONT – Travelers who use Interstate 5 near DuPont and Joint Base Lewis-McChord will want to plan ahead and stay engaged.
DES MOINES – A full closure of State Route 516 for nine days in Des Moines begins Friday, Sept. 15, while crews work to replace a failing culvert that blocks fish passage on Barnes Creek. A signed detour will be in place for the duration of the closure, which ends Sunday, Sept. 24.
CARNATION – Both directions of State Route 203 north of Carnation will close the weekend of Sept. 15-18 for a fish passage barrier removal project on a tributary to Horseshoe Lake. Fish cannot swim through the existing culvert running beneath the road, so crews will remove it and replace it with a fish-passable…
Southbound I-5 off-ramps to Mercer Street in Seattle closing four consecutive weekends starting Sept. 8
SEATTLE – Travelers heading to Seattle’s South Lake Union area will soon need to prepare for four consecutive weekend closures of the southbound Interstate 5 off-ramps to Mercer Street.
BELLEVUE – The public is invited to attend a meeting with the Interstate 405/State Route 167 Corridor Program Executive Advisory Group Thursday, Sept. 14, to hear updates on work occurring across the 50-plus mile corridor.
PORT TOWNSEND – The intersection of East Sims Way/State Route 20 and Kearney Street in Port Townsend will have a different look after the completion of a safety improvement project. Work begins Tuesday, Sept. 12, and is expected to be finished late this fall.