Traffic incidents and road conditions on US-12 in Washington

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Construction

US 12 is reduced to one lane in each direction at Monte-Brady Road in Montesano with both lanes on the westbound side of the highway. The speed limit is reduced to 50 mph for a fish barrier removal project.

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ID: 561051

Construction

US 12 is reduced to one lane in each direction between South 3rd Street and Schouweiler Road with both lanes on the westbound side of the highway. The speed limit is reduced to 50 mph for a fish barrier removal project.

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ID: 565164

Maintenance

Wednesday July 10th- August 15th Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm Aerial fiber maintenance on existing steel towers. Mile post 97 near 7th street SR 12 intersection in Morton to mile post 103 there will be typical One-Lane, Two-Way Traffic Control with Flaggers (For two-lane, two-way roadways with possible intersections).

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ID: 603228

Construction

US 12 is reduced to one lane in each direction on the eastbound side of the highway. Work is for a fish barrier removal project west of Schouweiler Road near Elma. The speed limit is reduced to 50 mph through the work zone.

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ID: 559925

Construction

Westbound milepost 202 in Yakima: Until further notice, the on-ramp from N. 1st Street to westbound US-12 is closed for bridge work. Use alternate routes.

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ID: 589868

Construction

Both directions Bridge Street (US-12) intersection of Diagonal Street and 2nd Street in Clarkston. Until further traffic will be reduced to a single lane in each direction 24 hours a day with no center turn lane. Local detours are in place.

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ID: 601301

Construction

Temporary turn restrictions remain in place at the intersection of US 12 and Monte-Brady Road in Montesano through fall 2025.

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ID: 563851

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