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As of 8/1/2021 2:24 PM
Blocking Incidents
  • Update 1:51 PM : On SR 20 westbound just west of La Conner-Whitney Rd (MP 52) there is an incident blocking the right lane. Fire Assistance and the State Patrol have arrived on the scene.
  • 7 a.m. on Monday, July 26, to 7 a.m. the morning of Friday, July 30, SR 9 between Maleng Road and Rothenbuhler Road will be closed for 96-hours. A 68-mile detour will be utilized to move traffic around the work zone and drivers should plan ahead and expect to add up to 90 minutes of travel time to their route.
Construction Closures
  • 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.
  • Wednesday, June 23 – The southbound lanes of I-5 on the Stillaguamish River Bridge are closed long-term for construction. Traffic in both directions will share specially configured northbound lanes of I-5 during this closure between 236th Street Northeast and the SR 530 interchange.
  • Crews are replacing three outdated culverts that run under US 101 at Steamboat Creek, Harlow Creek and Fisher Creek between Queets and Kalaloch.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.
  • Each weeknight from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. the following morning, construction crews will reduce the highway near Morse Creek to one lane with flaggers through early fall 2021. Crews aim to improve safety along the corridor through construction of a raised landscaped median, reduced speed limit and other proven traffic calming measures. No work is scheduled during daytime hours or on weekends.
  • The evening of Tuesday, July 6 through mid-August, traffic northbound on I-5 near Old Fairhaven Parkway will shift onto a temporary two-lane bypass that runs parallel to the I-5 mainline. Speed limits will be reduced to 50 miles per hour.
  • The City of Port Angeles is adding bike lanes, improved pedestrian crossings and transit stops along S Lincoln St/US 101 in downtown Port Angeles. Expect weekday daytime construction through late fall 2021. Questions about this project should be sent to publicworks@cityofpa.us.
  • Starting Thursday, July 29 for approximately one week - Possible delays on SR20 between Wanamaker Road (milepost 16.5) and Sharpes Corner (milepost 47.7), in both directions, from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day for roadside mowing.
  • Expect alternating conditions with flaggers on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 2-3 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. for pavement repairs.
  • Expect alternating conditions with flaggers from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 4-5 for pavement repairs.
  • Saturday, July 31, to the morning of Monday, August 2 – The westbound SR 202 on-ramp to SR 520 will close from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. nightly.
  • On the SR 520 westbound off-ramp to Lake Wa. Blvd (MP 1) the ramp is closed due to roadwork.
  • On the I-405 northbound off-ramp to NE 8th St West (MP 14) the ramp is partially blocked due to maintenance.
  • On the I-405 northbound on-ramp from NE 8th Street East (MP 14) the ramp is partially blocked due to maintenance.
Special Events
  • Flammable cargo is prohibited on SR 520 eastbound & westbound from Montlake Blvd (MP 1) to 84th Ave NE (MP 5).
  • SR 112 will close from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7 for the Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival Grand Parade. A temporary closure will be in place between Wye Road and Agate Beach Road. Travelers should consider alternate routes. More details at www.joycedaze.org.