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US 101 - Elwha River Bridge - Bridge Replacement

Timeline: April 2023 - December 2024
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Clallam County
WSDOT will replace the US 101 Elwha River Bridge in Port Angeles after serving the community for nearly a century. Replacing the bridge will ensure that the US 101 route continues to be a reliable transportation facility for decades to come.

The new bridge will be 40 feet wide and…
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US 101 - Jefferson and Clallam Counties Fish Barriers - Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: Summer 2023 - Fall 2025
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Clallam County
  • Jefferson County
This project addresses multiple barriers to fish under US 101 between Sequim and Discovery Bay.
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US 101 - Jefferson and Clallam Counties Fish Barriers - Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: Summer 2023 - Fall 2025
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Clallam County
  • Jefferson County
This project addresses multiple barriers to fish under US 101 between Sequim and Discovery Bay.
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US 101 - May Creek in Vic of Dowans Creek Rd - Remove Fish Barrier

Timeline: Spring 2024 - Fall 2026
  • Rail
  • Construction
  • Jefferson County
  • Clallam County
This fish barrier removal project replaces an outdated culvert along US 101 south of Forks. A 175-foot-long concrete girder bridge will replace the existing metal pipe to improve fish migration in May Creek.
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US 101 - May Creek in Vic of Dowans Creek Rd - Remove Fish Barrier

Timeline: Spring 2024 - Fall 2026
  • Rail
  • Construction
  • Jefferson County
  • Clallam County
This fish barrier removal project replaces an outdated culvert along US 101 south of Forks. A 175-foot-long concrete girder bridge will replace the existing metal pipe to improve fish migration in May Creek.
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US 101 - SR 109 Grays Harbor, Jefferson and Clallam Counties - Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: 2023 - 2026
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Grays Harbor County
  • Jefferson County
  • Clallam County
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…
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US 101 - SR 109 Grays Harbor, Jefferson and Clallam Counties - Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: 2023 - 2026
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Grays Harbor County
  • Jefferson County
  • Clallam County
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…
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US 101/Northwest US 101 – Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: Spring 2024 - Fall 2025
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Jefferson County
  • Clallam County
This project will replace culverts under US 101 in Clallam and Jefferson Counties.
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US 101/Northwest US 101 – Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: Spring 2024 - Fall 2025
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Jefferson County
  • Clallam County
This project will replace culverts under US 101 in Clallam and Jefferson Counties.
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US 101/SR 116 North Olympic Peninsula – Remove Fish Barriers

Timeline: Fall 2024 - Winter 2027
  • Road
  • Construction
  • Clallam County
This project removes and replaces several outdated culverts under US 101 and State Route 116 at Lees, Ennis, Tumwater and Chimacum Creeks. These sites have been identified by Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife as barriers to salmon migration and other resident fish species.

Slow down – lives are on the line. 

In 2023, speeding continued to be a top reason for work zone crashes.

Even one life lost is too many.

Fatal work zone crashes doubled in 2023 - Washington had 10 fatal work zone crashes on state roads.

It's in EVERYONE’S best interest.

95% of people hurt in work zones are drivers, their passengers or passing pedestrians, not just our road crews.