SR 104

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7-hour night closures on SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge start May 13

Crews set to complete bridge's center lock rehabilitation project

SHINE – Travelers who use the State Route 104 Hood Canal Bridge overnight should prepare for a series of overnight closures in May and June as construction resumes on the bridge.

The Hood Canal Bridge will close to all travelers overnight between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. most weeknights over a four-week period.

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‘Know before you go’ when traveling to ocean beaches; Olympic Peninsula

OLYMPIA – This summer, whether heading to the Hoh Rainforest or windswept Pacific Ocean beaches, travelers will see some additional views through the windshield: orange cones and multiple work zones.

From March through fall, the Washington State Department of Transportation will have multiple fish habitat, safety and preservation projects under construction on seven state highways in five counties.

SR 19 near Port Ludlow to close for 10 days for fish barrier removal work

PORT LUDLOW – The quest to open new habitat for local and migratory fish continues in Jefferson County after Labor Day weekend.

At 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 5, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will close State Route 19 from Egg and I Road to Larson Lake Road for 10 days to remove and replace a culvert blocking fish passage at Swansonville Creek. The roadway will reopen at 6 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 15.

US 101 to close north of Quilcene for 22 days starting July 31

Work includes a traffic signal and temporary speed reduction on SR 104 at Center Road

QUILCENE – Travelers heading out along the Hood Canal on US 101 in Jefferson County should take note of a culvert-replacement detour beginning Monday, July 31, and lasting for 22 days.

Beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, July 31, US 101 will close a few miles north of Quilcene from Leland Valley Road to Leland Cut Off Road. The road will remain closed until 7 p.m. Monday, August 21.

Closures planned on highways near Port Ludlow as work kicks off to remove two fish barriers

PORT LUDLOW – Efforts to restore fish habitat back to a more natural state has begun on State Route 104 and SR 19 in Jefferson County.

Today, Tuesday, May 30, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation began a summer-long project that will replace two fish barriers with new fish-passable structures.

Lighting improvements bring additional overnight closures to SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge in June

SHINE – Work to replace antiquated hardware and reduce the Hood Canal Bridge’s carbon footprint will bring extra overnight closures to vehicle traffic in June.

Each night, Tuesday, June 6 to Thursday, June 8, from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. the following day, the bridge will close to vehicle traffic while crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation remove light poles from the bridge deck.

166,800 electric vehicle

registrations in Washington in 2023, up from 114,600 in 2022.

87 wetland compensation sites

actively monitored on 918 acres in 2023.

25,000 safe animal crossings

in the Snoqualmie Pass East Project area since 2014.