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SR 410 - White River Bridge to SR 164 - Paving & ADA Compliance


August 2017      

  • Drivers should be prepared for nightly lane closures on SR 410 from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. between SR 164 and the White River Bridge.
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Why is WSDOT repaving this section of SR 410?
SR 410 is the main highway between Enumclaw and Buckley. It was last paved in 1998. As it has aged, the highway has become cracked and rutted. Near Mud Mountain Road groundwater seeps onto the roadway, creating icy conditions in cold weather. This project will repave the highway and install drainage near Mud Mountain Road to reroute the water to a nearby drainage pond.

To improve safety and visibility for drivers, crews will relocate the traffic island at the SR 410 intersection with Cole Street in Enumclaw. Realigning the intersection will mean drivers won’t have to turn their heads as far to look for oncoming traffic.

As part of the repaving project, crews also will replace five sidewalk ramps near the intersection of SR 410 and Garrett Street in Enumclaw. The new ramps will meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards.

The End Result
This preservation project will provide a smoother, safer highway with better visibility for drivers.

Project Benefits
Preservation – Replacing broken panels, grinding the concrete and repaving the asphalt on this section of highway will improve the surface and extend the life of the highway.

Safety – This project will remove ruts where water puddles and reduces traction, creating a smoother, safer surface for drivers. Relocating the island at SR 410 and Cole Street will improve visibility for drivers when turning.

What is the project timeline?
November 2016: Project advertised for competitive bidding.
December 2016: Contract awarded to Icon Materials
May 2017: Construction will begin.
Fall 2017: Work will be completed.

Financial Information

Financial Data for PIN 141005B, 141005C
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $2,659
CWA $0
Total $2,659

How can I get more information?
Tom Pearce
WSDOT communications

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