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MODERATE IMPACT
US 2 Both Directions - Monday through Thursday, 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., expect 10 to 20 minute delays with single lane alternating flagger controlled traffic six miles west of the Stevens Pass summit where maintenance and bridge crews are repairing damaged pavement, concrete and the Scenic Creek Bridge deck four miles west of the Stevens Pass summit. Last Updated: 8/22/2014 4:49 PM More Info
From milepost 58 to milepost 60
MODERATE IMPACT
US 2 Both Directions - Monday through Thursday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., expect lane shifts and shoulder closures in the 6 mile long four lane section from the summit down to the Railroad tunnel portal. Monday, pavement repair should be complete. Tuesday through Thursday, paving will be underway. Speed through the work zone is reduced to 45. When outside lanes and shoulders need to be closed, bicyclists and pedestrians are being bussed around the work zone. Last Updated: 8/22/2014 4:42 PM More Info
From milepost 64 to milepost 72
MODERATE IMPACT
US 2 Both Directions - work is suspended until September 8 so the new asphalt pavement can cure before the plastic markings and stripes can be installed. No traffic restrictions. Last Updated: 8/22/2014 4:41 PM More Info
From milepost 61 to milepost 64
MODERATE IMPACT
US 2 Both Directions - Re surfacing work will be underway from Espanola Road to Interstate 90. This includes US 2 through Airway Heights. Most asphalt paving work will be done during evening and overnight hours. Drivers should be alert for lane restrictions, rough pavement, and possible delays. Motorcyclists should use cuation on rogh pavement. Last Updated: 6/26/2014 11:39 AM More Info
From milepost 271 to milepost 284
LOW IMPACT
US 2 Both Directions - Paving is underway evenings and overnight hours, from about 7 p.m. until as late as 6 a.m. the following morning. Drivers should be alert for single-lane traffic directed by flaggers and pilot cars with delays up to 20 minutes. Drivers should be very alert for grooved pavement and abrupt lane edges. Motorcyclists need to use extreme caution on grooved surfaces and abrupt lane edges. Last Updated: 7/3/2014 10:30 AM More Info
From milepost 306 to milepost 316