This project will correct 29 identified streams and culverts that cross under US 101 and SR 109 in Grays Harbor, Jefferson and Clallam Counties. The culverts under the highways do not allow fish to access vital habitat.
Once complete, this project will restore nearly 37 miles of potential habitat across the Olympic Peninsula.
What to expect
During 2024, crews will continue work to remove barriers to fish under state highways.
Both are part of the overall effort remove 29 barriers under state highways in all three counties.
Travelers can expect reduced speed limits, shifted lanes, one-way alternating traffic and detours. Highway closures will be announced in advance.