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US 101 - Hoquiam River - Riverside Bridge - Bridge Painting Approach Spans

Project overview

The 465-foot-long, US 101 Hoquiam River Riverside Bridge is in need of a new protective surface. During the summer months of 2021, contractor crews will repaint the bridge's approach spans to preserve the crossing for years to come.

To do this important work, crews will construct a containment system around the bridge to help protect the environment. General work activities include: cleaning, stripping exterior paint and rust, and repainting the surface of the bridge.

Bridge painting, rehabilitation, and routine maintenance is more cost effective than replacement. Any highway closures will be announced in advance. Travelers are encouraged to sign up for local construction alerts.

Timeline
Summer 2021- Fall 2021
Project status
Construction
Funding
$1 Million
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What to expect

Marine travelers, including those who walk and roll, are expected to experience minimal delays.  Crews will maintain a single travel lane through project completion across the bridge. 

Any highway closures will be announced in advance. 

Please sign up for project email alerts or follow real-time travel information via the WSDOT mobile app.

Crews are repainting and restoring the approach spans on the US 101 Hoquiam River Riverside Bridge in downtown Hoquiam. Work is expected to last through late fall 2021.