SR 530 - I-5 Interchange to SR 9 - Paving and ADA Compliance

Status

February 2018

  • The project was awarded to Cadman Materials, Inc. on Dec. 12, 2017.
  • Construction will begin in spring 2018.
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Why is WSDOT Repaving SR 530 in Arlington?   
The pavement on SR 530 near Arlington, between I-5 and SR 9 is more than 20 years old. It is cracked, rutted and in need of repair from the 19,000 cars that travel this section of highway each day.

WSDOT contractor crews will grind the top layer and repave SR 530 between I-5 and the intersection of SR 9 with new asphalt. 

Five sidewalk ramps at the SR 9 intersection will be upgraded, creating a wider ramp and more gradual slope. The improvements will create better sidewalk connections for people of all abilities.

What can drivers expect during construction?
SR 530 will be reduced to a single lane during overnight hours in order to avoid daytime traffic backups. Flaggers will be on site to alternate traffic.

The End Result
Once the project is complete, SR 530 will be free of wheel ruts and cracks, which can collect water and reduce traction.

Sidewalk users will have new ramps with wider and more gradual slopes.

Project Benefits
The new pavement will reduce the need for costly emergency repairs, create a smoother driving surface and preserve the road for years to come.

New sidewalk ramps will create a more gradual transition, making it easier for people of all abilities to use the sidewalks.

What is the project timeline?

  • December 2017 - Project awarded to Cadman Materials, Inc.
  • Spring 2018 - Construction begins.
  • Fall 2018 - Construction will be complete.

Financial Information

Financial Data for PIN 153020E, 153020F
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $0
CWA $2,844
Total $2,844

The total estimated project cost is $2.9 million, using funding from local sources and the 2015 Connecting Washington package.

 

How can I get more information?
Contact:

Shane Spahr
Project Engineer
360-848-7103
spahrs@wsdot.wa.gov
 
Lisa Van Cise
Communications
206-440-4702
vancisl@wsdot.wa.gov