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SR 20 - Collins Rd to SR 9 - Paving & ADA Compliance

Status

November 2017

  • Crews have put down new pavement and improved pedestrian access at some intersections along this stretch in western Sedro-Woolley.

Overview:
To preserve the road and improve pedestrian access along SR 20 on the west edge of Sedro-Woolley between mileposts 62.97 and 64.82, WSDOT contractor crews will replace pavement and upgrade pedestrian crossings.

Why is WSDOT doing this work?
Repairing potholes, ruts and cracks before they damage the deeper layers of the road saves time and money. Fixing pedestrian crossings improves walkability and helps meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.

What should drivers expect?
This is a short stretch of highway - from Collins Road near the hospital to the western stretch of SR 9.

Drivers should plan ahead for overnight construction and single lane closures as crews work to replace the pavement. There will be some short delays for drivers during that time as flaggers alternate travelers through the work zone. Pedestrians should expect daytime work and brief detours to the other side of the intersection. Much of this work is weather dependent.

WSDOT contractor crews will need to work closely with partners like the city and the railroad to balance access and projects.

What are the benefits of this project?

  • A preserved highway that is free of ruts, cracks and potholes.
  • A smoother ride for travelers.
  • Improved sidewalks and crosswalks for pedestrians.

The End Result
Travelers headed in or out of Sedro-Woolley on this two mile stretch will enjoy a safe and smooth trip.

Project Benefits
Repaving this stretch will save money by preserving the highway and will help save time by avoiding most emergency closures and repairs.

What is the project timeline?
March 21, 2017: Open house at Sedro-Woolley Community Center
August 2017: Project begins
Fall 2017: Project complete

Financial Information

Financial Data for PIN 102047A, 102047B
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $2,037
CWA $0
Total $2,037

How can I get more information?
Contact:
Andrea Petrich
Communications
360-757-5963
PetricA@wsdot.wa.gov

Shane Spahr
Project Engineer
360-848-7103
SpahrS@wsdot.wa.gov

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