ARTIC, Wash. – Beginning thursday afternoon, motorists can expect signal-controlled, one-way, alternating traffic on US 101 near the SR 107 interchange in Artic as crews shift traffic onto a new temporary roadway.
Motorists will use this temporary roadway for the next two months while crews replace a Mosquito Creek culvert that WSDOT identified as a fish barrier. Fish barriers prevent migratory fish from reaching upstream habitat.
For more construction and maintenance updates, visit: www.wsdot.wa.gov/Regions/Olympic/Construction/.
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