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It’s the season for repaving and replacing. Here are the major projects in Snohomish County and beyond.
WSU boasts the No. 1 specialty license plate, and the money that comes with it.
It was built on a peat bog and the crossing has been sinking about an inch a year.
A bridge south of Lake Stevens remains at one lane of travel after a heavy truck damaged the structure in a crash earlier this month.… Continue reading
The work follows complaints from residents about people driving too fast down the street.
Residents whose only access to their property is through the work zone will be allowed through.
Readers sent more of their personalized plates, explaining what they really mean.
Projects include repairing a drain line, installing catch basins and other work.
Projects aim at improved safety as well as moving more cars.
WSDOT is marking National Work Zone Awareness Week with a plea to “slow down and give us room.”
Diagonal “bridges” are a lot of metal for a simple traffic signal. Size of intersection is a reason.
Tips for navigating the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
Pay-per-mile taxes are being pitched as an eventual replacement for the gas tax.
Installation of a new water main on Sunnyside Blvd. will start April 9 and end in May.
A double-roundabout project will impact holiday traffic to Anacortes ferry, Whidbey Island
Crews are to demolish and replace curb ramps on Highway 528 (Fourth Street) at the I-5 interchange.
212th Street SW will be modified and the trail realigned along the north side.
Parts of HIghways 530, 531 are affected by summer work