The project is located at milepost 316.5 near the Mason and Jefferson county line.
This photo shows the damage created by heavy rains that occurred during the week of Dec. 8, 2014. Approximately 75 feet of the northbound US 101 shoulder was washed out.AFTER
Contractor crews replaced a failing culvert and built a large retaining wall below US 101 to stabilize the hillside.
Contractor crews working for WSDOT built a large retaining wall and repaired a broken culvert on US 101 at milepost 316.5 to help stabilize a steep slope below the highway. Heavy rains during the week of Dec. 8, 2014 washed out approximately 75 feet of the northbound US 101 shoulder.
All lanes of US 101 at milepost 316.5 reopened to traffic and pre-construction speed limits were reinstated in October 2015.
By installing a retaining wall and repairing a broken culvert, WSDOT has reduced the potential for future slides.
This project reduces the possibility of emergency closures and traffic delays due to slides.
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|Financial Data for PIN 310119F
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|2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding)
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WSDOT Project Engineer
Claudia Bingham Baker
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