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North Central Region Weekly Travel Advisory

 - For Winter 2017 - 2018 

Updated: February 23
Contact: Jeff Adamson  Communications (509) 667-2815 (Wenatchee)  

Events:

As circumstances and weather permit, necessary maintenance & preservation will continue when possible over the winter.  Please be alert for flaggers and orange cones. "Give 'em a brake".

    • 2018 Planned Construction Projects:

      US 2 W. of Stevens Pass Camera Installation

      SR 17 Prior Farms Left Turn Lane

      SR 20 W. of Rainy Pass Flood Deflection Berm

      SR 26 Railroad Bridge Deck Repair

      US 97 Swauk Creek Campground-Remove Fish Barrier

      US 97 N. of Blewett Pass Culvert Replacements

      US 97 Brays Landing Rd. Intersection Improvements

      US 97 Okanogan River Bridge at Omak - Deck Repair

      SR 153 Methow River Bridges Structural Rehabilitation-Phase 2

      SR 285 Wenatchee Area-Paving

      NCR ADA Compliance 2018

      NCR Pavement Rehabilitation 2018

      NCR Strategic Pavement Preservation 2018

      NCR 17-19 Weathering Steel Guardrail Rehabilitation

      Euclid Ave. Administration Facility Consolidation Project


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    • More Information                                       

    • o    Mountain Pass Conditions

    • o    Construction and Emergency road closures

    • o    5-1-1

    • o    Driving through work zones

    • o    Other western states and Canadian highways