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Alerts

As of 10/25/2020 12:27 PM
Blocking Incidents
  • Beginning, Monday, Oct. 19 through Tuesday, Oct. 20: Beginning at 8 p.m., crews will detour all lanes of northbound I-5 at the 13th Street overpass (mileposts 76.0 to 77.0) to the 13th Street off- and on-ramps to bypass the closure for construction. All lanes of northbound I-5 will be reopened by 5 a.m.
  • Beginning Monday, Oct. 5, until further notice: Beginning at 10 a.m., the 13th Street overpass will be fully closed for the duration of the project.
  • Travelers using SR 305 near Poulsbo will want to plan for additional commute time Friday, Oct. 9. From 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., a private contractor will remove trees along SR 305 near Northeast Totten Road/Lemolo Shore Drive NE near milepost 8.7. Travelers will see the highway closed intermittently for 5 minutes at a time while the trees are removed.
  • 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.
  • Beginning, Monday, Oct. 19 through Tuesday, Oct. 20: Beginning at 8 p.m., crews will detour all lanes of northbound I-5 at the 13th Street overpass (mileposts 76.0 to 77.0) to the 13th Street off- and on-ramps to bypass the closure for construction. All lanes of northbound I-5 will be reopened by 5 p.m.
Construction Closures
  • Traffic on State Route 410 between the east end of Enumclaw and Greenwater (milepost 32-33) is being detoured via a gravel bypass. Temporary signals are alternating traffic on each end. Travelers should slow down if headed through the area and expect delays of about 15 minutes. This detour will continue through early November.
  • 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.
  • This project project removes and replaces outdated culverts under SR 302 with fish passable structures, repaves 8 miles highway, and rebuilds sidewalks and ramps at the Key Center intersection of SR 302/SR 16. Expect daytime lane and shoulder closures through fall of 2021. Repairs to the Purdy Spit Bridge will require up to three weekend closures and a signed detour will be provided.
  • Grays Harbor County Public Works announced they are closing Blue Slough Road just south of Aberdeen (a cut through between US 101 and SR 107) beginning July 6 through October 31 for road construction. Inquiries should be directed to Grays Harbor County Roads Department Supervisor Mike Zabiaka at 360-964-1645.
  • One-way alternating traffic in place following several feet of recent roadway settlement. WSDOT will continue to monitor the roadway for further settlement issues. Loads are restricted to no wider than 14 feet to provide clearance. A contract to repair the roadway following widespread damages throughout Washington due to natural disaster is currently underway. A timeline for permanent repairs has not been shared yet. This is the second, latest slide discovered along US 101 at Cosi Hill.
  • Crews for Olympic National Park are replacing a damaged culvert under US 101 at Lake Crescent near La Poel Creek from earlier winter rains. Drivers should expect one-way alternating traffic with flaggers during weekday, daytime hours beginning Sept. 21 through Oct. 31. A temporary traffic signal will alternate traffic during weekend hours while work is underway. Any questions should be directed to ONP at https://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/conditions
  • Crews are replacing three outdated, damaged culverts that run under US 101 at Steamboat Creek, Harlow Creek and Fisher Creek between Queets and Kalaloch. The damaged 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.
  • Northbound & southbound traffic is alternating on SR 203 just north of NE 88th St (MP 9) due to maintenance.
  • On SR 516 westbound at S 3rd Ave (MP 5) the left lane is closed due to roadwork.
  • On SR 516 eastbound at 74th Ave S (MP 5) the left lane is closed due to roadwork.
  • Until further notice – A lane will be closed on westbound SR 169 between 164th Avenue SE to 196th Avenue SE.
  • Travelers using US 101 near Sequim will want to plan for additional commute time on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 27-28. From 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days, a private contractor will remove trees of concern along US 101 near Louella Road. These trees must be addressed in preparation for the upcoming storm season and for traveler safety. Safety concerns require this work to occur during daytime hours. Travelers will see the highway closed intermittently for 10 minutes at a time.
  • Monday, Oct. 19, to the morning of Monday, Oct. 26 – A lane on westbound SR 169 between 164th Avenue SE and Jones Road is closed.
  • Single lane closure with flaggers for ditch repairs from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29.
  • Until Saturday, Oct. 7 - The right lane of the westbound SR 520 off-ramp to Northeast 40th Street will be closed around-the-clock.
Special Events
  • None reported