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As of 6/20/2021 9:43 AM
Blocking Incidents
  • Beginning Oct. 5 through Sept. 13, 2021: Travelers in both directions of SR 6, near Twin Oaks Road can expect traffic switched to a 2-lane 25 mph detour bypassing the closure.  Work includes excavation for bridge piers, bridge construction and culvert removal/installation.
  • SR-123 Cayuse Pass is open for the season
  • Beginning at 6:30 a.m., Saturday, June 19 and continuing through 5 p.m., travelers on both directions of SR 504, between the Toutle Lake School at milepost 10.25 and the Johnston Ridge Observatory at the end of the SR 504 route, should slow down and watch for bicyclists who will be traveling within the shoulders for the Tour de Blast 2021 bike ride event.
Construction Closures
  • Beginning Monday, Jan. 4, until further notice: All freight trucks will encounter a traffic shift to use the center lane on northbound I-5 along the Lewis River Bridge, between mileposts 19.36 and 20.0, just south of Woodland.
    Note: All travelers should slow down through the area and freight traffic should watch for advanced signs advising them when to shift to use the center lane.
  • Beginning on Thursday, April 15, 2021, until further notice: a single lane remains closed on SR 401, due to roadway settlement caused by heavy rain. Travelers will be shifted to use a single lane bypass road, with temporary signals alternating traffic on either side.

    NOTE: Travelers should slow down and watch for road crews as work continues to stabilize the slope and repair the road.
  • Beginning at 7 a.m., Monday, June 14 through 3:30 p.m., Monday, June 21, travelers on both directions of US 101, between Provo Street Northeast and 40th Street, will alternate intermittently through a single-lane with flaggers and follow a pilot car through the area, for pavement improvement work.
Special Events
  • None reported