If you’re traveling into WA from Hood River …

6 Mar

You should know about several highway construction projects planned for SR 14 by the Washington Department of Transportation. They’re going to be working to reduce rockfall risk near Dog Mountain, and between the Hood River Bridge terminus and the White Salmon River bridge, at different times.

Here’s the latest news and linkages from them for next week:

Traffic impacts for the week of March 8-12, 2010

  • March 8-12: Daytime single lane and shoulder closures at Dog Mountain (mile post 54) and White Salmon (mile post 64) for construction preparation work. Drivers should expect 10 minute delays.
  • March 10-12, 4 p.m.-6 p.m.: Full closure of SR 14 just east of Dog Mountain (mile post 54) for rock blasting and scaling work.
  • March 10-12, 6 p.m.-4 p.m.: During non-working hours, traffic will be reduced to a single lane, alternating directions with traffic signal at Dog Mountain (mile post 54) and White Salmon (mile post 64). Drivers should expect up to five minute delays.

Find this information on the Web by visiting our SR 14 Rockfall Mitigation Weekly Traffic Impact Schedule or at http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic.

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