Traffic incidents and road conditions on US-101 in Washington

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From 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 9 to Friday, April 19, travelers can expect one-way alternating traffic on US 101 in Jefferson County about 2 miles south of the Jefferson-Clallam county line for work related to a fish barrier removal project.

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ID: 589925

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
Riverside Ave Bridge closed to vehicles, marine opening in progress, expect delays on US 101 northbound at Milepost 87.31 beginning at 9:15 pm on April 12, 2024 until about 9:30 pm.

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ID: 591444

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

Starting Tuesday, March 12, travelers will see 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

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