SR 112

Route ID
112

SR 112 reopens at Clallam Bay following landslide

Temporary detour route using Eagle Crest Way removed

CLALLAM BAY – There is good news to share for Olympic Peninsula travelers between Sappho and Neah Bay.

Washington State Department of Transportation crews reopened State Route 112 at 6 p.m. Monday, March 21 near Clallam Bay to two-way travel. The highway closed on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, due to a massive landslide and regionwide flooding.

Months-long repairs for small slides, guardrail require alternating travel on SR 112 near Neah Bay

NEAH BAY – Following several months of extreme weather, heavy rainfall, snowmelt and high tides, a 2-mile stretch of State Route 112 is set to receive much-needed repairs. Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 22, Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will alternate traffic between mileposts 0.9 and 2.1 approaching Neah Bay with flaggers.

Crews will work from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. most weekdays until July 1. Work is based on available materials, crews, equipment, and winter storm response.

It’s open! Crews reopen final two miles of SR 112 in Clallam County

Tina Werner, communications, 360-704-3270

SEKIU – After a 200-day closure of State Route 112 due to extensive winter landslide damage, a long-awaited moment for Olympic Peninsula travelers has finally arrived. Crews reopened the remaining 2 miles of the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway (SR 112) in Clallam County on Friday, July 9. The signed detour using US 101 and SR 113 has been removed.

8,683 animals crossed the Snoqualmie Pass East Project area

as recorded by WSDOT and partners in 2020 and 2021.

46% increase in Amtrak Cascades ridership to 251,000 passengers

in 2021 compared to 172,000 in 2020.

Nine wetland and stream mitigation sites across 32.7 acres added

to our monitoring program in 2021 to help offset climate change impacts.