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US 2 Both Directions - On US 2/97 between Dryden and Monitor (milepost 106 to 115) Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. expect temporary signage, shoulder closures and lane shifts at the intersections of US 2/97 at Dryden Ave./Johnson Rd., Goodwin Rd./Hay Canyon Rd., Aplets Way/Nahahum Canyon Rd., Cotlets Way/Eels Rd., Main St./Easy St. where a contractor is upgrading electrical system on the "Prepare to Stop When Flashing" signage.
Last Updated: 9/13/2019 4:07 PM
From milepost 106 to milepost 115
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US 2/97 Intersection Improvements #9454 (Dryden to Monitor) County: Chelan Highway: US 2 Region: North Central Location: MP 106 - 115 (Dryden to Monitor) Description: Neppell Electrical is the contractor for this project that will repair and improve flashing warning beacons at five intersections between Dryden and Monitor on US 2/97. This project is scheduled to be completed in mid-September. During the work, the “Prepare to Stop When Flashing” that correspond with the change of intersection signal lights from green to red will be covered. A temporary sign without lights will inform travelers to “Be Prepared to Stop” while the contractor performs necessary repairs. Work schedule: Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. expect temporary signage, shoulder closures and lane shifts at the intersections of US 2/97 at Dryden Ave./Johnson Rd., Goodwin Rd./Hay Canyon Rd., Aplets Way/Nahahum Canyon Rd., Cotlets Way/Eels Rd., Main St./Easy St. Contact: Project Engineer, Brian Pearson 509-667-2880
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