In the summer of 2016, WSDOT will repave 12 miles of US 12 in Lewis County between Salkum (milepost 77) and the Corn Creek Bridge (milepost 89).
During paving, drivers should plan for delays through the work zone and take alternate routes such as SR 508.
Why is WSDOT
repaving portions of US 12 in Lewis County?
Wheel ruts, long cracks, and broken asphalt indicate the pavement on this stretch of US 12 is nearing the end of its useful life. This $3.7 million project will help preserve this section of the highway and provide a smoother surface for drivers.
The End Result
Rehabilitating this stretch of US 12 extends the life of the highway and preserves the corridor for many years to come.
- Preservation – Repaving this section of US 12 will improve the surface of the roadway and extend the life of the highway.
- Safety – Removing ruts and cracks will produce a smoother highway surface, creating a safer ride for drivers.
- Economic – Repaving this section of US 12 will reduce the need for costly emergency repairs and maintenance work.
What is the project timeline?
April 2016: Project goes to competitive bidding
Aug. 1 2016: Construction begins
Fall 2016: Project completion
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The project cost is part of a larger construction contract for resurfacing US 12 in Lewis County.
How can I get more information?
WSDOT Project Engineer
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