Crews have installed more than 40 miles of centerline and shoulder rumble strips between Monroe and the Stevens Pass summit.
Centerline rumble strips will help reduce serious crossover collisions on US 2.
Crews ground 30 miles of centerline rumble strips between Gold Bar and Stevens Pass on Monday, June 2.
Crews finished grinding centerline and shoulder rumble strips between Monroe and Gold Bar on Thursday, June 5. With the rumble strip work completed, crews are now upgrading signs along the highway. As weather permits, they will begin installing high-visibility striping.
Crews are upgrading signs along US 2 in the Mt. Baker/Snoqualmie National Forest with brown backings.