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Midweek detours from SR 530 near Oso to start in August

Drivers traveling through the section of State Route 530 near the site of this spring’s tragic landslide should allow extra time for their trips on certain midweek dates during August. …read more

From: WSDOT Northwest Travel News

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SR 99 in Seattle to close for four days in late August

Get ready, Seattle drivers: Now is the time to plan ahead. There’s only three weeks until the longest closure of State Route 99 since crews demolished half of the Alaskan Way Viaduct in fall 2011. …read more

From: WSDOT Northwest Travel News

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SR 99 in Seattle to close for four days in late August

Get ready, Seattle drivers: Now is the time to plan ahead. There’s only three weeks until the longest closure of State Route 99 since crews demolished half of the Alaskan Way Viaduct in fall 2011. …read more

From: WSDOT Olympic Travel News

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SR 99 in Seattle to close for four days in late August

Get ready, Seattle drivers: Now is the time to plan ahead. There’s only three weeks until the longest closure of State Route 99 since crews demolished half of the Alaskan Way Viaduct in fall 2011. …read more

From: WSDOT Southwest Travel News

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A resounding success: Drivers change habits for I-90 roadwork near Bellevue

MERCER ISLAND – While contractor crews toiled to replace two massive expansion joints on the westbound Interstate 90 East Channel Bridge near Mercer Island, most drivers heeded the warnings and steered clear of the construction zone for the week. …read more

From: WSDOT Northwest Travel News

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Blue Angels return to the skies mean closures of I-90 bridge during Seafair

The supersonic boom of the F/A-18 Blue Angels over Seattle is sure to thrill crowds during Seafair, but drivers are going to need to plan an alternate route to prevent their travel plans from going bust while the jets are airborne. …read more

From: WSDOT Northwest Travel News

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Contractor named for significant stretch of new SR 520

SEATTLE – With the contract for the West Approach Bridge North Project awarded, crews are one step closer to breaking ground in Seattle on the State Route 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program. The 6,100-foot-long structure will carry traffic across the westbound lanes of SR 520 from the new floating bridge to Montlake.

The Washington State Department of Transportation received five contactor proposals for the project. Of those, Flatiron West Inc. submitted the lowest bid of $199.5 million …read more

From: WSDOT Northwest Travel News

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