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Drivers on US 12 in Aberdeen can expect daytime delays and lane closures next week. From 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 27-28, crews will close the left lane of eastbound US 12 on the Heron Street
Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation are nearing completion of a project to repave the right lane of eastbound State Route 8 near McCleary. As part of the final work, drivers can expect alternating left- and right-lane
The Washington State Department of Transportation is accepting applications to receive state funding for freight rail projects in Washington that create family-wage jobs and demonstrate the economic and environmental advantages of freight rail. Railroads, port districts, rail districts, private companies
ABERDEEN – Drivers on US 12 and US 101 and should plan ahead for possible delays this week. Crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will repair pavement along several sections of both US 12 and US 101.
The Washington State Department of Transportation said they saw no damage besides a broken light to the Riverside bridge in Hoquiam yesterday, after a 75 foot boat broke loose from its mooring and drifted into the bridge yesterday morning. Sgt
The Washington State Department of Transportation is inspecting damage to the Riverside Bridge in Hoquiam, after a 75 foot boat drifted into the structure earlier this morning. Sgt Mitchell with the Hoquiam Police Department tells us the Coast Guard was
Drivers crossing the Willapa River on State Route 6 will soon bear witness to a piece of history, as crews begin laying the original, 85-year-old structure to rest this week. This week, daytime drivers can expect intermittent delays of up to 20 minutes
Crews from the Washington State Department of Transportation will be performing their annual cable inspection of the Riverside Bridge in Hoquiam today. The inspections require traffic to be stopped intermittently throughout the day lasting about 15 minutes at a time.
For the seventh consecutive year, Washington has been named the nation’s No. 1 “Bicycle-Friendly State” by the League of American Bicyclists. Meanwhile, Washington state will officially celebrate Bike Month in May with a signed proclamation (pdf 182 kb) by Governor Jay Inslee describing
Drivers may encounter lane closures and short-term rolling slowdowns on State Route 8 near McCleary for several days beginning Tuesday, April 29. Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will remove hazard trees adjacent to the highway. From 8 a.m.