An average of 59,000 vehicles use I-5 through this area daily. We replaced cracked concrete panels and resurfaced sections of northbound I-5 from SR 532 in Stanwood to the Hill Ditch bridge just north of the Snohomish/Skagit county line. We also extended the lifespan of the pavement by tying the panels together with steel bars, rebuilt sections of the right shoulder and improved drainage.
Repairing the pavement improved driver safety by eliminating cracks, potholes and rough patches, and by providing a smoother driving surface.
| Economic Incentive
Repairing the freeway extends the lifespan of the pavement and reduces costly and inconvenient repairs.
Partnerships & Cooperation
There were no partnerships on this project. We communicated with local agencies in Skagit and Snohomish County during the project.
This project is funded through the following sources:
- Pre-existing funds - $10.4 million
- Total funding - $10.4 million
Communications Dustin Terpening
1043 Goldenrod Road, Suite 101
Burlington, WA 98233
Project Engineer Dave Crisman
1109 E. Hickox Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274
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