- This project was advertised for competitive bidding in February 2017.
- Construction is scheduled to begin in spring 2017.
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Contractor crews will grind and repave 1.76 miles of State Route 528/64th Street Northeast from 55th Drive Northeast to 83rd Avenue Northeast in Marysville.
In addition, 12 existing pedestrian ramps will be rebuilt and an additional 11 will be installed to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines.
Why is WSDOT
paving this section of SR 528?
With up to 21,300 vehicles using this stretch of SR 528 daily, the pavement is worn out with ruts and cracks that can lead to potholes. This section of SR 528 was last paved in 2001. Asphalt is generally intended to last 15 years. Sections of asphalt have been repaired, but the surface continues to deteriorate.
The End Result
This project will provide drivers with a smoother, safer ride on SR 528. New pavement will preserve the life of the roadway and reduce maintenance needs.
- Safety: Improving the highway surface eliminates and helps prevent future potholes, cracks and wheel ruts where water can collect. This gives drivers a safer, smoother ride. Reconstructed and new ADA-compliant pedestrian ramps make it easier to access the sidewalk from the street.
- Economic: Paving reduces the need for emergency pavement repairs, which are costly to taxpayers and can cause additional congestion during peak commute hours.
What is the project timeline?
- February 2017: Project was advertised for competitive bidding.
- Spring 2017: Construction is scheduled to begin.
- Fall 2017: Construction is scheduled to be complete.
|Financial Data for PIN 152801B, 152801D
||Amount ($ in thousands)
|2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding)
|2005 Gas Tax (TPA)
|Pre-Existing Funds (PEF)
Project signage will reflect the cost of construction engineering, project bid award and sales tax.
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