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I-5 - Slater Road Interchange - Improvements
Timeline: Winter 2020 - Fall 2024
WSDOT is starting work on a project to improve the Slater Road corridor north of Bellingham, between Rural Avenue, west of I-5, and Northwest Drive, east of I-5.
I-5 and SR 11 Padden Creek - Fish Passage - Complete Fall 2022
Timeline: Fall 2019 - Fall 2022
WSDOT will construct this project through the design build process, removing two fish barriers, one under SR 11 at 30th Street, the other under Interstate 5, south of the SR11/Old Fairhaven Parkway on- and off-ramps and replacing them with fish passable structures. Additional improvements will be…
I-5 Southbound Joe Leary Slough to Nulle Road Vic Concrete Rehabilitation
Timeline: May 2023 - September 2023
Along a 12-mile stretch of southbound Interstate 5 in Whatcom and Skagit counties between milepost 243 just north of Nulle Road to milepost 231 near the State Route 11/Chuckanut Drive interchange the pavement is worn and there are cracks, ruts and potholes along the highway. Included in this…
Northwest Region Strategic Concrete Bridge Deck Preservation
Timeline: Fall 2021 - Spring 2024
We will repair or replace the concrete on 17 bridges in King, Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom counties. Many of these concrete bridge decks have patches covering old potholes and ruts. Contractor crews will remove damaged and patched areas and replace it with new slabs of concrete. This will help…
NWR Emergency Pavement Repair
Timeline: July 2022 - June 2023
The Northwest Region Emergency Pavement Repair project covers 88 locations among 23 communities in King, Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom counties. The repairs span three interstates, 12 state highways and about 20 miles of pavement repair, including four bridge decks.
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SR 542 Squalicum Creek to Bellingham Bay Fish Passage
Timeline: Spring 2023 - Winter 2023
WSDOT will remove the current fish barrier located on State Route 542/Mt. Baker Highway located between Britton Road and Noon Road in Bellingham and replace it with a single-span bridge for an estimated habitat gain of approximately 3 miles.
SR 544 Unnamed Tributary to Fourmile Creek Fish Passage
Timeline: Fall 2021 - Fall 2023
This project will remove the existing barrier where an Unnamed Tributary to Fourmile Creek crosses under State Route 544 at milepost 3.51, just west of Noon Road. This location is about two miles west of Everson and 3.5 miles south of Lynden in Whatcom County.
SR 546 - Kamm Ditch - Fish Passage
Timeline: Spring 2022-Fall 2023
This project will improve the Kamm Ditch fish passage on SR 546 in Whatcom County between milepost 4.13 and milepost 4.27.
SR 546 Pepin Creek and Duffner Ditch Fish Passage - Complete March 2023
Timeline: Summer 2022 - Spring 2023
This project will replace three fish barriers with fish passable structures. Two of the barriers are located along SR 546 (East Badger Road) on either side of Double Ditch Road and the third barrier is located just west of Double Ditch Road near Lynden. This project is located between milepost .1…
SR 9 - Unnamed Tributary to Landingstrip Creek - Fish Passage - Complete Fall 2021
Timeline: December 2020 - Fall 2021
This project will improve the passage of migratory fish by replacing the culvert underneath SR 9 at milepost 70.60, where an unnamed tributary runs to Landingstrip Creek in Whatcom County.
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