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HIGHEST IMPACT
SR 112 Both Directions - Closure on SR 112 both directions from milepost 31.4 to milepost 38.9 near Bear Creek-W Twin River Rd beginning at 8:30 am on December 24, 2020 until further notice. This is due to multiple slides. Last Updated: 1/1/2021 7:51 PM More Info
From milepost 31 to milepost 39
HIGH IMPACT
SR 305 Both Directions - Crews working for the City of Poulsbo are building the Johnson Road SR 305 roundabout. Last Updated: 10/29/2020 9:13 AM More Info
At milepost 10
HIGH IMPACT
US 101 Both Directions - Crews are removing multiple barriers to fish under US 101 between Sequim and Port Angeles at Bagley and Siebert Creeks for improved fish passage which will require around-the-clock construction, shifted lanes and reduced speeds through fall of 2021. Any highway closures will be announced in advance. Last Updated: 10/8/2020 10:49 AM More Info
From milepost 253 to milepost 257
MODERATE IMPACT
US 101 Both Directions - From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every weekday through Wednesday, Jan 20, travelers will encounter one0way alternating traffic with flaggers for maintenance activities. Last Updated: 1/12/2021 8:14 AM More Info
At milepost 310
MODERATE IMPACT
SR 112 Both Directions - The highway near Jim Creek has experienced three separate slides with significant settlement that have prevented the roadway from opening safely to travelers. Drivers currently follow a signed detour using US 101 and SR 113 until further notice. During the week of Jan. 4 during daytime hours, WSDOT geotechnical experts will survey the slide zones and assess possible solutions. Future plans for repair, including estimated costs and timelines will be shared at a later date. Last Updated: 12/28/2020 12:28 PM More Info
From milepost 32 to milepost 33
MODERATE IMPACT
US 101 Both Directions - Crews are replacing three outdated culverts that run under US 101 at Steamboat Creek, Harlow Creek and Fisher Creek between Queets and Kalaloch. The culverts will be replaced with concrete girder bridges and are expected to open up nearly nine miles of potential fish habitat for salmon and resident fish. Work is expected to wrap up at all three sites fall of 2021. Travelers will encounter one-way alternating with a temporary signal around-the-clock. Last Updated: 11/25/2020 8:22 AM More Info
From milepost 146 to milepost 162