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This project replaces the asphalt driving lanes on I-90 from the Vantage Bridge (MP 137.67) to the Beverly-Burke Overpass (MP 148.45)
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- Before -Shoulder cracking on I-90.
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A pothole is forming at the end of this crack.
The project is currently in the Design Phase and is scheduled for construction in 2014.
This P-1, Roadway Preservation project replaces the asphalt driving lanes on I-90 for 10 miles from the Vantage Bridge to a mile west of George. The asphalt is also being replaced for the Silica Road Interchange (Exit 143), the Wanapum Scenic View Area (Exit 139 Eastbound), and Echo Scenic View Area (Exit 139 Westbound). Four miles of badly deteriorated asphalt shoulders are being replaced just west of George. This project also includes fog sealing of the driving lanes for the SR 26 interchange (Exit 137) at the east end of the Vantage Bridge.
Why is WSDOT
replacing the asphalt on I-90?
The eastbound left lane and both westbound lanes are showing signs of distress. Cracks and potholes are forming in the driving lanes and some of the shoulders. We'll grind off the top layer of asphalt and repave it.
The End Result
Repaving preserves the underlying asphalt layers and helps prevent more serious damage to the roadway.
- A Smoother driving surface
- Reduced Maintenance Costs
- Preservation of the Roadbed
What is the project timeline?
The project will be advertised for private contract bids during the Fall of 2013 with construction beginning Spring/Summer of 2014 and construction completed by Fall of 2014.
Project signage will reflect the cost of construction engineering, project bid award and sales tax.
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How can I get more information?
Bob Romine, Project Engineer
WSDOT North Central Region
P.O. Box 98
Wenatchee, WA 98807
Phone: (509) 667-2880 or toll free (888) 461-8816
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