Sun shines on smoother, safer pavement on US 101 in Pacific County
Construction began in July on this $2.8 million project, which resurfaced nearly nine miles of US 101 between SR 6 in Raymond and the Grays Harbor County line (mile posts 58 to 67) and brought sidewalk ramps in Raymond up to current Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
Work in the city of Raymond also included intersection improvements, which required lengthy closures and detours for local traffic. WSDOT is grateful to the community of Raymond for its patience during construction.
For more information on WSDOT projects in southwest Washington, visit our Web site at www.wsdot.wa.gov/regions/southwest/projects.