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SR 104 - SR 19 - Intersection Safety Improvements

Timeline: Late Spring 2023 - Early Winter 2023
  • Road
  • Not started
  • Jefferson County
To improve safety and reduce head-on collisions, crews will construct a single-lane roundabout at State Route 104 and SR 19 (Beaver Valley Road) beginning in late spring of 2023.

Roundabouts are a proven solution to reduce the frequency and severity of collisions while maintaining a…
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SR 104 Kingston Ferry Terminal Traffic Improvement

Timeline: Timeline to be determined
  • Ferry
  • Road
  • Not started
  • Kitsap County
This project would relocate travelers heading to and from the Kingston Ferry Terminal to Northeast 1st Street.
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SR 106 Et Al - OR Region Wide - Chip Seal

Timeline: April 2022 - October 2022
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Jefferson County
  • Mason County
  • Pierce County
  • Clallam County
This project repaired and preserved several highways in Mason, Jefferson, Clallam and Pierce Counties.
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SR 106/Twanoh Creek - Remove Fish Barrier

Timeline: Summer 2023
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Mason County
WSDOT will remove a barrier to fish under SR 106 at Twanoh State Park. WSDOT will remove the existing culvert and replace it with a box culvert.

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SR 108 - US 101/Mason and Thurston Co Fish Barriers - Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: Spring 2023 - Fall 2024
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Mason County
  • Grays Harbor County
As part of WSDOT's major efforts to remove barriers to fish, this project addresses multiple barriers to fish under SR 108 between McCleary and Kamilche and one location on US 101 near the Mason/Thurston County line.
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SR 109/Grass Creek Bridge – Emergency Repair - Completed January 2023

Timeline: Winter 2022 - Late Winter 2023
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Grays Harbor County
This project involved repairs to the Grass Creek Bridge on State Route 109 west of Hoquiam. Work at this site included installing two steel piles and a steel cross beam at three of the bridge pier locations to support the bridge and restore its weight capacity.
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SR 109/W of Hoquiam - Stabilize Slope

Timeline: Early 2023
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Grays Harbor County
Crews will work to stabilize the hillside above SR 109 west of Hoquiam.
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SR 112 - W of Jim Creek Landslides - Emergency Repairs - Complete July 2021

Timeline: Dec. 2020 - July 2021
  • Rail
  • Completed
  • Clallam County
This project repaired an unstable slope along State Route 112 in Clallam County. Crews reopened the highway to two-way travel on Friday, July 9, 2021.
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SR 112/Clallam Bay - Emergency Repairs - Complete July 2022

Timeline: Nov. 2021 - July 2022
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Clallam County
Crews reopened State Route 112 near Clallam Bay to two-way travel at 6 p.m. Monday, March 21. The highway closed on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021 due to massive landslide and regionwide flooding. The detour using Eagle Crest Way has been removed.

Crews worked to remove additional slide…
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SR 112/Jim Creek West - Emergency Repairs - Complete June 2022

Timeline: Nov. 2021 - Summer 2022
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Clallam County
Construction to reopen State Route 112 at milepost 32 began Monday, March 28, 2022 after the highway dropped almost 4-feet. Work at Jim Creek includes: slope stabilization efforts, roadway repairs, installation of new guardrail, installation of new trench and horizontal drains, replacement of three…
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SR 112/W Rasmussen Creek and Hoko River – Emergency Project - Complete September 2022

Timeline: Summer - Fall 2022
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Clallam County
This emergency project took place at two sites on SR 112 in Seiku: at milepost 4.6 near Rasmussen Creek and at milepost 11.4 on the Hoko River.

At Rasmussen creek, construction crews rebuilt and replaced two areas of the embankment, which slid into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Work…
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SR 113/S of Old Sappho-Pysht Hwy – Stabilize Slope - Completed August 2022

Timeline: Nov. 2021 - August 2022
  • Road
  • Completed
  • Clallam County
This project will repair an unstable slope and replace a clogged culvert under Burnt Mountain Road (SR 113) near Beaver in Clallam County. A new culvert and stabilized hillside will allow water to flow properly through the area without the use of a temporary water pump, preventing additional…
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SR 129 Highland Ave to US 12 and SR 129 Spur – ADA Compliance: Complete Streets

Timeline: Spring 2025 - Winter 2025
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Asotin County
Beginning in spring 2025, contractor crews working for WSDOT will repave SR 129 through downtown Clarkston. Work may include construction of a roundabout at the intersection of SR 129 and Diagonal Street, along with various improvements for pedestrians and bicyclists. The project will create a…
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SR 14 - 0.7 to 0.2 Miles W. of Chamberlain Lake Rest Area - Unstable Slope

Timeline: Nov. 2021 - June 2023
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Klickitat County
Several sections of the slope on the north side of the roadway above SR 14, between milepost 73.16 and 73.92 have a history of rockfall, especially in fall and winter months. To reduce the risk of rock fall and mitigate slope stability, contactors crews from Strider Construction Co., Inc., will…
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SR 14 - 1.7 Miles East of Bingen - Slope Stabilization

Timeline: April 2021 - Summer 2022
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Klickitat County
Several sections along State Route 14 have a history of reoccurring rockfall activity above the roadway. To help reduce future potential rockfall activity and improve safety for travelers, in summer 2021, our contractor, James Dean Construction, Inc. began work to stabilize the slope located on the…
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SR 14 - E of Bingen – Port of Klickitat Access Improvements

Timeline: Spring 2015 - Summer 2025
  • Rail
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Klickitat County
To reduce the potential for an increase in delays and connectivity issues, WSDOT in partnership with BNSF, are working to design and construct an improved rail crossing that will reduce backups along SR 14 due to train traffic and increase safety and connectivity between Bingen Point, the Port of…
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SR 14 - I-205 to SE 164th Avenue Auxiliary Lanes

Timeline: Fall 2017 - Summer 2024
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Clark County
With more traffic using State Route 14 than ever before, this project will construct new lanes of travel in both directions of SR 14 between I-205 and Southeast 164th Avenue in Vancouver to help ease congestion and improve travel reliability and safety.
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SR 16 - SR 160 - Kitsap County Fish Passage Barriers - Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: Summer 2023 - Fall 2025
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Kitsap County
This project will remove barriers to fish passage in Salmonberry Creek and Blackjack Creek.
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SR 16 and SR 302 (SPUR) Purdy Creek - Remove Fish Barriers and Paving

Timeline: 2022-2024
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Pierce County
This project improves habitat and passage for fish in Purdy Creek under SR 302 and SR 16.
Purdy Creek attempts to flow under SR 16 inside 40-year-old culverts. Unfortunately, the fish cannot navigate the old culverts. This project will remove and replace the old culverts with large bridge…
Major Project

SR 160 - Fauntleroy Terminal - Trestle & Transfer Span Replacement

Timeline: Winter 2020 - TBD
The SR 160 - Fauntleroy Terminal - Trestle & Transfer Span Replacement project will replace the aging Fauntleroy ferry terminal to maintain safe and reliable ferry service for people who travel between West Seattle, Vashon Island, the Kitsap Peninsula and beyond. The terminal faces several…
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SR 161 - Unnamed Tributaries to Hylebos Creek - Fish Passage

Timeline: Spring 2021 - Fall 2026
  • Road
  • Construction
  • King County
Three culverts carrying tributaries to Hylebos Creek near Federal Way will be replaced with new structures under SR 161 that do not create a barrier to fish. This work builds on our commitment to remove fish barriers on streams that run under state highways.
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SR 164 - East Auburn Access

Timeline: This project is on hold, awaiting further coordination among agency partners
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • King County
SR 164/Auburn Way South provides primary access to the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation and growing areas of east Auburn. The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe is leading this project to reduce congestion, increase safety, and accommodate growth on the SR 164 corridor from SR 18 to the Poplar Street curve.
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SR 164 - Pussyfoot Creek - Fish Passage

Timeline: June 2021 - Fall 2022
  • Road
  • Construction
  • King County
This project built a bridge for SR 164 over Pussyfoot Creek on the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation east of Auburn. This opens an additional 9.3 miles of habitat for salmon and other fish. The old culvert had conditions that make it difficult or impossible for fish to travel upstream.
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SR 165 - South of Fairfax Bridge - Emergency Repair

Timeline: Winter 2022 - Spring 2023
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Pierce County
This project makes repairs to State Route 165 south of Carbonado in Pierce County. The highway experienced settlement, dips and shoulder-drop-offs and washouts as a result of winter storm system that brought heavy rains on January 7, 2022. An emergency contract was issued for this repair work. Work…
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SR 166 - Bethel/Bay/Maple Intersection - Roundabout

Timeline: Spring 2023 - Fall 2023
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • Kitsap County
The existing traffic signal at the Bethel/Bay/Maple intersection has reached the end of its useful life. Following research and analysis, WSDOT will replace the existing traffic signal with a modern single-lane roundabout.
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SR 167 - SR 410 to SR 18 NB Congestion Management

Timeline: Spring 2021 - Winter 2023
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Pierce County
Travelers on northbound State Route 167 between Puyallup and Auburn experience regular congestion, especially during morning peak commute hours. To help reduce delays during peak commute hours, WSDOT is building a new northbound high occupancy vehicle lane on SR 167. The new HOV lane will begin…
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SR 167 Completion Project

Timeline: 2015-2028
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Pierce County
The SR 167 Completion Project in Pierce County is part of the Puget Sound Gateway Program, which also includes the SR 509 Completion Project in King County. Together these projects complete two major unfinished highways in the Puget Sound region to create new connections to Interstate 5, the ports…
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SR 167 Corridor Improvements Project

Timeline: We are advancing preliminary engineering and environmental work to be construction ready.
  • Road
  • Pre-construction
  • King County
The SR 167 Corridor Improvements Project is comprised of the SR 167 Toll Equipment Upgrade Project and the SR 167, SR 516 to South 277th Street Southbound Auxiliary Lane Project. As part of the SR 167 Toll Equipment Upgrade Project, we plan to update the SR 167 toll system to create consistency…
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SR 167/SR 516 to S 277th Street – Southbound Auxiliary Lane

Timeline: TBD
  • Road
  • Not started
  • King County
WSDOT plans to construct an additional one mile of general-purpose capacity by adding an auxiliary lane on southbound SR 167 between SR 516 and South 277th Street in Kent. The project aims to address operational challenges and will be constructed using existing shoulder pavement.
Project

SR 169 - Ravensdale Creek - Fish Passage

Timeline: Summer 2021- Fall 2022
  • Road
  • Construction
  • King County
In 2021 and 2022, between Maple Valley and Black Diamond we will replace the culvert that carries Ravensdale Creek under SR 169, along with two other nearby culverts. The existing culverts are narrow, which forces the water through too quickly for salmon and other fish to continue upstream.

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