Ever notice a rough patch on the road while driving to work or a favorite destination? Each year, WSDOT crews hit the road looking for stretches of pavement in need of a facelift. In 2011, we'll complete several major paving projects throughout the state.
Where and when to pave?
Before a pavement project begins, crews conduct extensive studies on the road looking for cracks, bumps, potholes, settling and worn edges in the roadway.
Where are we paving?
To find out where we'll be paving in 2011, select an area of the map for specific paving projects in that region.
US 101: Lincoln Street to Golf Course Road – June thru Oct. 2011
SR 522 - 102nd Avenue to Kaysner Way & SR 202 I/C to Sammamish River Bridge
I-5: Joe Leary Slough to Nulle Road vicinity
I-5: North Everett to SR 528 - ITS & Paving
SR 529: (Marine View Drive)
SR 18/Military Road to Auburn Black Diamond Road
SR 99: Fife vicinity – May thru Oct. 2011
SR 142 - Little Klickitat River Bridge to US 97
I-5 - North Kelso to Harrison Ave. vicinity - Paving and Safety
US 395: I-82 to Kennewick Ave.
SR 515/SR 516 to SE 232nd St. Vic.
I-5: 1.3 miles south of Berkeley to Gravelly Lake northbound – May thru Oct. 2011
SR 171: Broadway Avenue
SR 20: Oak Harbor
US 101: Indian Creek to Nicholas Road – June thru Oct. 2011
SR 167 vicinity I-5 to Puyallup River Bridge – May thru Oct. 2011
SR 167 - I-405 to S. Grady Way & SR 509 - 174th to S. Normandy Road
SR 900 Bronson Way to Sunset Blvd.
SR 224: Grosscup to SR 240
US 2 - Euclid to Francis
I-90: Ritzville to Tokio
I-5: SR 121 to Tumwater Blvd. – June thru Oct. 2011
US 12: SR 125 to Harbert Rd.
SR 24: Riverside to Faucher Road