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Olympic Peninsula chip seal project complete

60-miles of pavement repaired, new pavement markings improve safety

PORT ANGELES – There’s good news to share for Olympic Peninsula travelers who use US 101 and State Route 19. After several months of construction, work to extend the life of both roadways is complete.  No additional lane closures are scheduled.

Contractor crews from Doolittle Construction, LLC working for the Washington State Department of Transportation completed repairs early February. Work occurred in five separate work zones across Grays Harbor, Jefferson, and Mason counties.

Online open house on US 101 improvements in Sequim begins Jan. 27

SEQUIM – Community members can learn more about 14 potential improvements for US 101 on the east side of Sequim in an online open house.

Starting today, Jan. 27, the Washington State Department of Transportation is hosting a pre-design study on the section of highway between the Simdars Road interchange and Palo Alto Road through Thursday, Feb. 10.

US 101 Indian Creek fish passage project west of Port Angeles begins Feb. 7

Travelers will use temporary bypass road while crews replace culvert

PORT ANGELES – An outdated culvert under US 101 at Indian Creek has impeded the movement of salmon and other fish from traveling upstream for years. Now a Washington State Department of Transportation project to replace that culvert will mean a lower speed limit and a temporary traffic signal about 10 miles west of Port Angeles.

Zero emission electric vehicle registrations in Washington

increased 192% between 2017 and 2021.

45 projects to improve freight rail structures and freight movement

were underway as of December 31, 2021.

Washington state leveraged $100,000 to secure $27 million

in funding for airport investments in Fiscal Year 2022.