State Highway Construction 6/16 to 6/22

The following is a summary of road construction and maintenance scheduled on state highways around Mason County and adjacent areas from June 16, 2019 to June 22, 2019.

Construction

US 101 – Coffee Creek – Remove Fish Barrier
Highway: SR 3 Region: Olympic County: Kitsap Location: Milepost(s) 346.8
Description: Crews will realign a portion of Coffee Creek in order to remove barriers to fish. This project also will rebuild the southbound exit to Shelton-Matlock Road. 
Work Schedule: Work will begin late June. The majority of the work will have little effect on travelers. 

Maintenance

Highway: SR 3 Region: Olympic County: Mason Location: Milepost(s) 5.6
Description: One-way alternating traffic for tree trimming and utility work. 
Work Schedule: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each weekday through Tuesday, June 18.  

Highway: SR 102 Region: Olympic County: Mason Location: Milepost(s) 1.3 to 2.2
Description: One-way alternating traffic for utility work. 
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 17-21.

Highway: SR 3 Region: Olympic County: Kitsap Location: Milepost(s) 36
Description: Southbound shoulder and single-lane closure for tree removal.  
Work Schedule: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday, June 17. 

Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Thurston Location: Milepost(s) 362.8
Description: Mud Bay Road on-ramp to northbound US 101 shoulder closure for utility work. 
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, June 17-18.

Highway: SR 302 Region: Olympic County: Pierce Location: Milepost(s) 5 to 10.4
Description: One-way alternating traffic with flaggers as utility crews for Peninsula Light conduct vegetation management. 
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each Tuesday through Friday from June 6 through June 28.

Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s) 285.5 to 288
Description: Single lane and shoulder closure with flaggers as utility crews for Jefferson County PUD perform vegetation management. 
Work Schedule: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each weekday beginning Tuesday, June 18 through Tuesday, July 2. 

More Construction

US 101 – Old Gardiner Rd to N of W Uncas Rd – Paving and Bridge Deck Repair
Highway: 
US 101 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s) 275.8 to 283.9
Description: Drivers can expect one-way alternating traffic during overnight hours as crews repave nearly 8 miles of US 101 from east of the Clallam-Jefferson County line to north of the US 101/SR 104 interchange. Travelers can expect overnight, single lane closures each weekday through late summer until work is complete. During the overnight closures, drivers will follow a pilot car through the work zone. View project web page.

Work Schedule: During construction, travelers will encounter overnight single lane closures with a pilot car from 8 p.m. each Monday through Friday night to 9 a.m. the following day until project completion. This week, crews will be addressing final striping and rumble strips along the highway while pavement cures. This operation is weather-sensitive and could be rescheduled. 

SR 302 – E of Elgin Clifton Rd to SR 16 – Remove Fish Barriers, Paving and ADA Compliance
Highway: 302 Region: Olympic County: Pierce Location: Milepost(s) 10.8 to 16.9
Description: This project removes and replaces three fish barrier culverts under SR 302 with fish passable structures and repaves nearly 7 miles of highway along with ADA improvements for bicyclists and pedestrians.
Work Schedule: During construction, drivers should expect daytime lane and shoulder closures, extended weekend closures, extended on- and off-ramp closures and up to a full, weeklong closure of the Purdy Spit for deck repairs.  Project webpage.

Mox Chehalis Road Bridge Replacement
Highway:
 Mox Chehalis Road (south of SR 8 near McCleary) Region: Olympic County: Grays Harbor Location: Milepost(s) 7.8 to 7.9
Contact: Grays Harbor County Public Works, 360-249-4222
Description: Crews for Grays Harbor County have begun a project to replace the Mox Chehalis Road bridge just south of McCleary. Project information. All inquires should be directed to Grays Harbor County Public Works