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North Central Region Weekly Travel Advisory

 - For November 23-December 1

Updated: Wednesday November 22
Contact: Jeff Adamson  Communications (509) 667-2815 (Wenatchee)  

Events:

  • Be prepared for Winter Driving

      Current Projects - by highway:

      US 97 Columbia River Beebe Bridge rail repair
      County: Chelan Hwy: US 97 Region: North Central
      Location: MP 235 Beebe Bridge
      Description: Replacing damaged bridge rail sections on the north end of the bridge.
      Work Schedule: Monday ONLY 11/27, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., expect up to 15 minute delays with single lane flagger controlled traffic.
      Contact: WSDOT Bridge 509-667-3072

      SR 150/ No-See-Um Road - Intersection Improvements
      Project Complete - Thank you for your patience.  This $5.3M project included the construction of a roundabout, a shared use path, drainage and utility work.


      SR 153 Methow River Bridges Structural Rehabilitation
      Contract 9112
      County: Okanogan Highway SR 153 Region: North Central
      Location: MP 13.5 to 19 between Methow and Carlton
      Description: Phase one retrofits bridges #153/13, 15, 16, & 17 by adding concrete collars as well as additional concrete repairs on the columns and horizontal struts between them. Work began 8/17 and should be complete by December.
      Work schedule: Monday through Friday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
      Expect few, if any delays while crews continue to work below the bridges between Methow and Carlton where they are pouring new concrete collars and placing column dowel bars.
      Contact: Project Engineer Dan Lewis, (509) 667-2880


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