Drivers traveling through US 12 in Oakville and a portion of US 101 near Rock Crusher Hill can expect delays and temporary reduced speed limits while crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation resurface the highways.
During the improvements, drivers will see one-way alternating traffic with flaggers, and are advised to be prepared for delays and drive through the construction zone with caution.
US 12 – Oakville area
- The speed limit on US 12 will be temporarily reduced between mileposts 33.9 and 37.4 during the chip seal project, scheduled to begin by mid-June. WSDOT will lower the current 50 mph speed limit to 35 miles per hour during construction activities.
US 101 – near SR 107 to North River Road
- The speed limit on US 101 will be temporarily reduced between mileposts 73.13 and 77.59 during a chip seal project scheduled to begin by mid-June. WSDOT will lower the current 55 mph speed limit to 35 miles per hour during construction activities.
Crews will apply chip seal – crushed rock embedded into liquid asphalt – as the resurfacing material on sections of both highways.