Southeast Washington Cameras

Alerts

As of 9/23/2018 1:33 AM
Blocking Incidents
  • US-395 milepost 18 to 19, Blue Bridge: Monday, Sept. 24 and Tuesday, Sept. 25 - From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. there will be southbound right lane closures over the blue bridge. The Lewis Street on ramp will also be closed. Wednesday, Sept. 26 and Thursday Sept. 27 - From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Northbound there will be right lane closure over the blue bridge. In addition, the Columbia Drive onramp to 395 Northbound blue bridge will be closed.
Construction Closures
  • Possible short term lane restrictions on US 195 both directions from milepost 49.8 near McMeekin Rd to milepost 72.2 near MP Marker 72. Potential shoulder and lane closures may be in place during work hours.
  • Construction on SR 21 both directions from milepost 24.2 near Lind-Ralston Rd to milepost 37.9 I-90 until further notice. Roadway users should expect delays and be alert for flaggers and or pilot cars directing single-lane, alternating traffic with some delays when work is underway.
  • I-82 milepost 132 Columbia River Bridge near Plymouth: Eastbound traffic is shifted to the westbound Columbia River bridge into Oregon. The speed limit is reduced to 40 mph. Westbound traffic is reduced to a single lane.
  • Drivers should be alert for lane restrictions with possible delays at 4 new passing lane construction locations between Steptoe and Plaza.
  • US-730 milepost 1 just north of the Oregon State Line: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Piloted single lane closures will be in effect.
  • SR-240 milepost 34: Monday evening Sept. 24 through Saturday morning Sept. 29 starting at 8pm each evening and reopening at 5 a.m. – SR-240 EB/WB & Vicinity of George Washington Way: Planing, paving and plastic markings. The George Washington Way EB to I-82 EB Ramp remain closed during this time.
  • US-12 milepost 328 to 340 in both directions: Monday, Sept. 24 – Friday, Sept. 28 - Both directions of traffic will be reduced to a single lane during daylight hours. Minimal impacts to traffic are anticipated.
    US 12 MP 341 (Just east of Walla Walla): 8 a.m. Monday Sept. 24 through 8 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 – Both directions of traffic will be detoured 24 hours a day around the MP 341 bridge work. Drivers should anticipate minimal delays.
  • SR-224 milepost 8: Monday Sept. 24 through Friday Sept. 28: during daytime hours, drivers should be prepared for alternating one-way traffic between the SR 224 – West Van Giesen Street / Grosscup Blvd. intersection and the SR 224 – West Van Giesen Street / S 48th Ave. intersections. Drivers may experience minor delays through the work zone. Shoulders along SR 224 – West Van Giesen Street may also be closed intermittently throughout the project limits.
  • Construction on SR 261 both directions from milepost 44.8 near Sutton Rd to milepost 62.7 near SR 90-Weber Rd Off Ramp until further notice. Roadway users should be alert for flaggers and or pilot cars directing single-lane, alternating traffic with some delays.
  • I-182 milepost 3, near Queensgate Drive: Monday Morning, Sept. 24 - 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. – Queensgate on-ramp to I-182 EB – Shoulder Closures during concrete pour for illumination work.
    Monday, Sept 24 through Friday, Sept 28, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. -Miscellaneous electrical work on shoulders.
  • US 395 MP 18: Monday evening Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. through Saturday morning Sept. 29 at 5 a.m. – US-395 & Vicinity of Yelm and US-395 & Clearwater Avenue: Shoulder & Lane closures for ADA and electrical work.
  • US-397 milepost 3 to 7: Monday, Sept. 24 to Thursday, Sept. 27, from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. - traffic will be reduced to one lane. Drivers should be prepared for minor delays as flaggers will intermittently stop traffic near mp 3 and mp 7 in both directions.
  • US-12 milepost 310: Monday Sept. 24 and Tuesday Sept. 25, and Friday Sept. 28 between 7 AM and 6 PM: In both eastbound and westbound directions of US 12 near the intersection of US 12 and Wallula Game Department Road at milepost 310.8, flaggers will stop traffic intermittently while contractor crews bring power lines across the highway. Drivers may expect short delays during these times.
Special Events
  • None reported