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Marvin Road weekend closure sets stage to remove Hogum Bay detour

Thursday, May 16, 2019 - 07:53

UPDATE: More than 26-hours ahead of schedule, the Marvin Road (State Route 510) overpass in Lacey has reopened to all travelers. Crews also removed the Marvin Road detour onto Hogum Bay Road and restored all lanes on the overpass. The closure as well as the detour and reduced lanes gave contractor crews the ability to rebuild the southbound I-5 exit to Marvin Road.


Doug Adamson, communications, 360-357-2716

LACEY – After Memorial Day weekend, construction of the diverging diamond interchange in Lacey will reach a key stage in construction that will require a total weekend closure of the overpass to all vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. After the weekend work is complete, crews will remove a temporary Marvin Road detour to Hogum Bay Road and restore all lanes on the overpass.

From 10 p.m. Friday, May 31, until 5 a.m. Monday, June 3, the Marvin Road overpass and northbound exit to Marvin Road will close. The northbound I-5 exit to Quinault Drive will remain open.

Keep traffic moving
Travelers are encouraged to add plenty of extra time to help avoid delays. Crews will provide signed detours. Drivers using southbound Interstate 5 are can use Nisqually (exit 114) as a detour.

The weekend overpass closure is weather-dependent and could be rescheduled. 

Detour removal
During the morning of Monday, June 3, crews will remove the detour onto Hogum Bay Road and restore all lanes on the overpass. Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation have completed work associated with rebuilding the southbound I-5 exit to Marvin Road.

WSDOT appreciates driver’s continued patience as crews complete this phase of construction. All users of this overpass are encouraged to sign up for email updates for advance information about this project.

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