Traffic incidents and road conditions on US-101 in Washington

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From 6 p.m. Friday, July 12 until 5 a.m. Monday, July 22, US 101 at the Elwha River Bridge will be closed. The closure will extend from Lake Aldwell Road to State Route 112. Access to US 101 at Olympic Hot Springs Road will also be closed. All traffic will detour onto SR 112 and SR 113 to get around the closure. Contractor crews will tie in the highway to the new bridge over the Elwha River. At the end of the closure, the new bridge will be open to traffic.

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ID: 605120

Construction

Expect around-the-clock single lane alternating traffic controlled by temporary signals on US 101 east of Forks near Wisen Creek Road. Work is for a fish barrier removal project.

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ID: 595398
July through mid-August - Monday through Friday: Travelers can expect to see one-way alternating traffic with a pilot car while crews perform pavement repairs. Drivers will see 15-minute delays. Learn more about our chip seal preservation projects.

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ID: 605454

Utilities work taking place

6/17 to 7/31 - Monday through Friday 8 AM until 4 PM: utility crews will be conducting utility work. Drivers can expect alternating one-lane traffic and flaggers. Drivers should prepare for delays.

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ID: 601423

Construction

Travelers will see shifted lanes and a reduced speed limit to 30 mph on a portion of US 101. Travelers will see construction through late summer 2024. The work is related to fish barrier removal. Additional information is available on the project webpage.

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ID: 576683

Construction

On Wednesday, July 24, crews will shift US 101 onto a temporary bypass lane about six miles north of Ruby Beach. Around-the-clock alternating traffic will begin. The speed limit will be reduced to 25 mph between mileposts 170.8 and 171.87. Expect daytime alternating traffic leading up to the shift. Work is for a fish barrier removal project.

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ID: 603378

Construction

On Thursday, July 25, crews will shift US 101 onto a temporary bypass lane about four miles north of Ruby Beach. Around-the-clock alternating traffic will begin. The speed limit will be reduced to 25 mph between mileposts 168.96 to 169.88. Expect daytime alternating traffic leading up to the shift. Work is for a fish barrier removal project.

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ID: 603376

Construction

Travelers will see shifted lanes and a reduced speed limit through late summer 2024. The work is related to fish barrier removal. Additional information is available on the project webpage.

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ID: 582383

Construction

Expect around-the-clock single-lane alternating traffic on US 101 at the Jefferson-Clallam county line. The speed limit is reduced to 25 mph between mileposts 184 and 185. Crews are building a bridge to improve fish passage in May Creek.

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ID: 584226

Construction

Expect around-the-clock alternating traffic on US 101 about three miles south of the Clallam County line. The speed limit is reduced to 25 mph between mileposts 180.65 and 181.65. Work is for a fish barrier removal project about three miles south of the Clallam County line.

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ID: 601742

Maintenance

July through mid-August - Monday through Friday: Travelers can expect to see one-way alternating traffic with a pilot car while crews perform pavement repairs. Drivers will see 15-minute delays. Learn more about our chip seal preservation projects.

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ID: 605525

Construction

Expect around-the-clock single lane alternating traffic on US 101 in Jefferson County about two miles south of the Clallam County line. The speed limit is reduced to 25 mph between mileposts 181.63 and 182.69 for a fish barrier removal project.

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ID: 589925

US-101 Major Junctions (9)

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