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Washington State Travel Alerts

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HIGH IMPACT
SR 6
SR 6 Both Directions - Beginning Oct. 5 through Sept. 13, 2021: Travelers in both directions of SR 6, near Twin Oaks Road can expect traffic switched to a 2-lane 25 mph detour bypassing the closure.  Work includes excavation for bridge piers, bridge construction and culvert removal/installation.
Last Updated: 10/9/2020 10:05 AM
From milepost 46 to milepost 47 More
MODERATE IMPACT
SR 6
SR 6 Both Directions - Tuesday, Aug. 13 until further notice: Travelers on both directions of SR 6, between mileposts 22.60 and 22.69, will be shifted onto a temporary single-lane, bypass road. This detour allows travelers to safely bypass construction around-the-clock, and will be controlled with an automated signal.
Note: Travelers should expect delays of up to 20 minutes, for additional intermittent, daytime single-lane closures, as needed.
Last Updated: 8/9/2019 2:41 PM
From milepost 23 to milepost 23 More
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