SR 506 - Ryderwood to I-5 - Chip Seal

Project news

During the summers of  2016 and 2017, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will resurface 11 miles of SR 506 from Ryderwood to Interstate 5.

Pavement were completed in 2016 and crews will chip seal the road in the summer of 2017.

Why is WSDOT resurfacing SR 506 in Lewis County?
The asphalt on several portions of SR 506 is nearing the end of its useful life and this work is needed to preserve the road for the next several years. Sections of the highway are showing signs of deterioration such as cracking and rutting. Deferring this work would result in more expensive costly repairs.

The End Result
In addition to providing drivers a smoother ride, this project helps WSDOT preserve the roadway along SR 506 that connects Vader and Ryderwood.

Needs & benefits

  • Preserves infrastructure and extends the life of the highway.
  • Reduces the need for costly emergency maintenance repairs and unexpected closures.
     

Timeline

  • April 2016: Construction advertised and awarded
  • August 2016: Construction begins
  • Summer 2017: Construction will be completed

Funding

Financial Data for PIN 450614P
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $1,362
CWA $0
Total $1,362

Contact

Colin Newell
WSDOT Project Engineer 
360-740-8600
swChehalis@wsdot.wa.gov

Celeste Dimichina
WSDOT Communications
360-905-2057
dimichc@wsdot.wa.gov