KMAS received an update on the progress of the 101 - Purdy Canyon Vicinity Slope Stabilization Project from Claudia Bingham Baker, Communications Manager for the Olympic Region Washington State Department of Transportation. According to Baker, WSDOT is very close to being complete with the project.
According to Baker, WSDOT is very close to being complete with the 101 - Purdy Canyon Vicinity Slope Stabilization Project. WSDOT will be able to remove the Jersey barrier from the construction zone and restripe the roadway into its final configuration as long as there are a few more nights of dry weather.
Once that happens, WSDOT will be able to reopen the road to two lanes of traffic during the daytime and have only occasional night closures to finish up miscellaneous tasks.
Weather cooperating, WSDOT could be done as soon as the end of this week. If it stays wet and rainy, it could be next week or beyond before WSDOT can wrap this project up.
November 4, 2013/, Claudia Bingham Baker, Communications Manager, Olympic Region, Washington State Department of Transportation
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