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Traffic fines are doubled in work zones when workers are present.

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North Central Region Weekly Travel Advisory

for the week of May 31-June 3

Update: Tuesday, May 31
Contact: Jeff Adamson WSDOT Communications (509) 667-2815 (Wenatchee)

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Chelan & Douglas Counties

US2/97 (MP 131) Enterprise Drive roundabout 

Tuesday, May 31 until Wednesday, June 8, Expect 24 hour flagger controlled one way traffic through the work zone with up to 10 minute delays during the peak traffic hours.
The speed limit is reduced to 35 mph through the work zone.

This private developer project, financed and constructed by McDougall & Sons Inc., constructs a roundabout at the entrance to the Baker Flats Industrial Park north of East Wenatchee. work began April 4 and should be complete in early June when the cherry harvest starts.

(New) US 2 (MP 86-87) Guardrail & Culvert Repairs
Tuesday through Thursday,
7 a.m. to 3 p.m., expect up to 15 minute delays with flagger controlled traffic where a crew is repairing guardrail near the Winton RR overpass, 13 miles west of Leavenworth.

Grant-Adams-Franklin Counties

SR 17 (MP 17-22) Adams County line to Mesa crack sealing
Tuesday through Thursday
, 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., expect up to 20 minute delays with flagger and pilot car controlled traffic where our maintenance crew is repairing cracks in the pavement, 6 miles south of Othello.

Okanogan County

SR 155 (MP 40-44) Nespelem south paving
Tuesday through Thursday,
6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Expect up to 20 minute delays with flaggers where a Colville Tribes utility contractor is asphalt paving through the 4 mile section south of Nespelem.

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