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North Central Region Weekly Travel Advisory

for Winter 2015

Update: Monday,  Nov. 30
Contact: Jeff Adamson WSDOT Communications (509) 667-2815 (Wenatchee)      

  • The I-90 EB Winchester Rest Area closed 11/29 due to a water system failure. It will reopen when repairs can be made.
  • Across the Columbia River from Vantage, the two I-90 View Points (MP 139.6 "Wanapum"-EB & "Echo" WB) closed for the winter Nov. 24
  • The US 2 Iron Goat Trail Interpretive site and rest area west of Stevens Pass closed for the winter Tuesday 11/10.
  • SR 20, the North Cascades Highway closed on Monday 11/16 due to slides, ice and heavy snow.
  • WSDOT Eastern Washington Twitter Feed: Just go to your twitter account, search for, and follow: @WSDOT_East and the connection is made. To set up your own account on your computer, go to or download the Twitter app on your smart phone or tablet. Then watch for news from the Spokane, Wenatchee, and Yakima WSDOT Region teams.

Click on the project title to visit its web page. Work is always dependent on weather and no construction delays

Douglas County

  • (New) SR 28 (MP 16) Douglas Ck. Bridge fiber cable

    Monday 11/30- through Friday 12/11, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., expect occasional flagger controlled single lane traffic as Zayo fiber project crews install cable conduit under the bridge, halfway between Rock Island and Crescent Bar.


2016 construction:

  • Deck rehabilitation of four bridges on SR 153 between Methow and Carlton.
  • Chip sealing will include US 2 between Farmer and Coulee City, US 97A from Olds Station to Entiat, US 97 from Twin W Orchards to the Beebe Bridge and a section of SR 17.
  • New electronic message signs and traffic cameras at the west end of Leavenworth and Coles Corner.
  • Curve warning signs, centerline and shoulder rumble strips, electrical and communications upgrades all over the region.


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