US 395 - Deer Park Corridor Safety Improvements - Roundabouts

Project news

  • The Contract was awarded to Inland Asphalt Paving on May 2nd with a bid of $2,959,959.
  • WSDOT held an Open House at Deer Park City Hall on June 7 to update the residents on the schedule and traffic considerations during construction.

Needs & Benefits

Intersections in the Deer Park area experience a higher than average number of "entering at angle" collisions. These are crashes where drivers enter the roadway into the path of oncoming vehicles.  This project entails construction of single lane roundabouts at the Short/Main and Monroe/Crawford intersections in Deer Park, WA.  Turning modifications will be built at the Burroughs/Dalton intersection.  Roundabouts should reduce the frequency and severity of "entering at angle" collisions at these locations.

More information can be found on the US 395 - Deer Park Intersection Improvement Study page.


All project work was substantially complete on Oct. 16, 2018.

Main/Short and Monroe/Crawford Roundabouts: Both roundabouts are fully operational for all four legs of traffic.  

Burroughs/Dalton:  Access to and from US 395 at Burroughs Rd is permanently closed. Traffic may access US 395 by traveling north on Short Rd to the new roundabout. The only access to and from US 395 at Dalton Rd is for northbound traffic to Dalton Rd.


Financial Data for PIN 639517D
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $4,495
CWA $0
Total $4,495


Tom Brasch, project engineer
WSDOT Eastern region
2714 N. Mayfair
Spokane, WA  99207

US 395 Deer Park Roundabout Map