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SR 104 - Paradise Bay - Shine Road & SR 19 - Intersection Safety Improvements

Beginning at 6 a.m. Thursday, June 6, all access to State Route 19 from SR 104 will close for 21 days. During this time, all traffic will have to take a detour at Center Road. See the Maps & Drawings tab for a graphic. The road will reopen to right turns only at 6 a.m. Thursday, June 27.

Project overview

This project improves safety along State Route 104 in Jefferson County at Shine Road/Paradise Bay Road and at State Route 19. At Shine Road/Paradise Bay Road, a single-lane metered roundabout will be built. The meter will be active only after a closure at the nearby Hood Canal Bridge. At SR 19, a single-lane roundabout will be built.

Timeline
May 2024 - May 2025
Project status
Construction
Funding
$11 million
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What to expect

Work began May 13 at the intersection of State Route 104 and SR 19. Work at Shine Road/Paradise Bay Road is scheduled to begin in August.

The intersection of SR 104 and SR 19 is currently right in, right out only. Travelers looking to make left turns at this intersection will have to detour to Center Road. A temporary traffic signal will operate at Center Road during this portion of the project.

Beginning at 6 a.m. Thursday, June 6, all access to State Route 19 from SR 104 will close for 21 days. During this time, all traffic will have to take the same detour at Center Road. See the Maps & Drawings tab for a graphic. The road will reopen to right turns only at 6 a.m. Thursday, June 27.

This project will also have short-term closures of access to Shine Road and Paradise Bay Road. All highway closures will be announced in advance.

During construction, travelers can expect to see intermittent single-lane closures at night. These closures are permitted only between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. Crews will maintain one-lane in both directions as much as possible.

Beginning in May 2024, contractor crews will start construction of two roundabouts on State Route 104.