Washington Department of Transportation maintenance crews will be chip-sealing a portion of State Route 141 between milepost 17 and 20. During this work, motorists will encounter single-lane traffic, with alternating directions and flaggers to safely direct motorists through the work zone.
The work will take place June 15 through June 19 between the hours of 6:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Crews will begin prep work on June 14, so motorists may see crews out there on Sunday getting things ready.
This work is a preventive maintenance measure to further preserve the roadway surface and extend the life of the roadway.
Chip-sealing repairs roadway damage and extends the life of the roadway. This treatment improves safety for drivers by creating a skid-resistant surface and reducing glare.
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