We repaved a four-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between the Snohomish River bridge and Ebey Slough bridge in Everett, upgrading striping and guardrail, and improving drainage on the Ebey Slough bridge. Additionally, we installed Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) improvements along five miles of I-5. We installed six new traffic cameras and updated signs and overhead sign illumination along I-5 and part of SR 529.
- February 2008: Began project design
- March 7, 2011: Advertise project for competitive bidding
- April 19, 2011: Awarded project to Elcon Corp. (Everett) for $3.2 million
- Spring/Summer 2011: Began construction
- Winter 2011: Completed construction
Improved drainage on the Ebey Slough bridge will reduce standing water in the lanes and improve safety for drivers.
New reflective lane markings will improve visibility for drivers, especially during adverse weather.
New cameras and traffic data loops will provide real-time traffic and incident information to the Seattle Traffic map.
ITS investments will help WSDOT manage congestion and collisions to keep traffic flowing smoothly.
Partnerships & Cooperation
We worked with Elcon Corp. to construct this project.
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Project Engineer Dave Crisman
1109 E. Hickox Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274
Communications Bronlea Mishler
15700 Dayton Avenue North
PO Box 330310, MS: 103
Seattle, WA 98133
Phone: (206) 440-4696
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