Clallam, Jefferson & Grays Harbor construction and travel updates

COVID-19 construction effects

All scheduled work is subject to available crews and weather conditions. 

If a highway is not listed below, there are no scheduled lane closures at this time, although emergency lane closures may still occur.

Last updated: Monday, June 1.

Clallam County

US 101 - Elwha River Bridge
US 101 Region: Olympic County: Clallam Location: Milepost(s) 238.7 to 239.5
Contact: JoAnn Schueler, 360-357-2798
Description: WSDOT will replace the 1926, 388-foot concrete arch bridge over the Elwha River after successfully serving the community for more than 90 years in Clallam County. The new bridge will be 40 feet wide and sport two 12-foot lanes and two-8 foot shoulders. Additionally, improvements will be made to the US 101/Hot Springs Road intersection alignment including added illumination and turn lanes. View our latest video spotlighting the proposed new crossing. Travelers are encouraged to stay informed with bridge inspections or construction announcements.

For more information about upcoming construction and the status of the project, please visit or call WSDOT's toll free information hotline: 1-888-633-4005 (this phone does not accept messages).

US 101 - Bagley Creek and Siebert Creek - Remove Fish Barriers

Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Clallam Location: Milepost(s) 253 to 257.3
Contact: Dan McKernan, 360-565-0623
Description: Crews will remove and replace outdated culverts beneath US 101 between Port Angeles and Sequim at Bagley and Siebert Creeks. Crews aim to remove five existing culverts; two that run underneath both directions of the US 101 at Bagley and Siebert Creeks, two along James Page Road and one along South Bagley Creek Road as part of WSDOT’s efforts to improve fish migration impeded by state highways. Drivers will encounter reduced speeds and shifted lanes in both directions through fall of 2021. Any road closures will be announced in advance. The work shifts the two westbound lanes to the existing eastbound lanes, so there is one lane of travel in each direction, to allow the construction of a new bridge over both creeks. Once this is complete, all traffic will switch to the westbound lanes to allow completion of the bridge in the eastbound lanes over Bagley Creek. Travelers are encouraged to sign up for email alerts concerning WSDOT construction activities in Clallam County.
Work Schedule: 

  • Weekday daytime construction beginning Monday, May 11.
  • Crews install temporary speed limit reduction signs on Wednesday, May 13. The speed limit is temporarily reduced from 55 mph to 45 mph through project completion. The signs will be enforceable as soon as they are posted. 


Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Clallam Location: Milepost(s) 252
Contact: Steve Russell, 360-565-0680
Description: Shoulder closure near Morse Creek View Point Rest Area for guardrail repairs.
Work Schedule: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each weekday through Thursday, June 11.

Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Clallam Location: Milepost(s) 262 to 267
Contact: Steve Russell, 360-565-0680
Description: Single lane closure in both directions along US 101 near Sequim for pavement repairs.
Work Schedule: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 26 through Thursday, June 11.

Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Clallam Location: Milepost(s) 250 to 280
Contact: Steve Russell, 360-565-0680
Description: Shoulder closure in both directions as maintenance crews conduct vegetation management along US 101 east of Port Angeles through Sequim.
Work Schedule: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday through Thursday, June 11.

Highway: SR 112 Region: Olympic County: Clallam Location: Milepost(s) 14 to 23
Contact: David Evans, 360-570-6746
Description: Alternating traffic conditions as utility crews for Clallam County PUD conduct vegetation management near their power lines.
Work Schedule: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each weekday beginning Monday, April 27 through Monday, June 8.

Grays Harbor County

US 101/N of SR 107 - Stabilize Slope
Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Grays Harbor Location: Milepost(s) 78.9 to 79
Contact: Karen Boone, 360-538-8500
Description: This section of US 101, also known as Cosi Hill, has a history of slides reoccurring under the highway. It has become not cost-effective to continue repaving the roadway until further earthwork can be done. This project aims to address just that. Crews drilled nearly 500 6' diameter holes up to 55' deep and filled remaining sections with rock in an effort to stabilize this stretch of highway. 
Work Schedule:  A single lane is each direction will remain open to drivers through fall of 2020 while slope stabilization efforts are underway. The speed limit is reduced to 25 mph. A majority of the work takes place off the roadway, however construction equipment at times will enter/exit the roadway. 

  • Beginning 4 a.m. Monday, June 1 through 3:30 p.m. Friday, June 5, US 101 at Cosi Hill will be closed for paving. A signed detour will be in place for travelers using Blue Slough Road. Last October, crews were able to successfully patch a portion to the roadway that settled. That repair work was intended to hold over until better weather conditions allow for a complete rebuild of the roadway. Now that weather has improved, they aim to permanently address the driving surface. The detour route is approximately a 10-minute commute.

Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Grays Harbor Location: Milepost(s) 78.6
Contact: Brent Schiller, 360-538-8530
Description: One-way alternating traffic in place following several feet of recent roadway settlement. WSDOT will continue to monitor the roadway for further settlement issues. Loads are restricted to no wider than 14 feet to provide clearance. A contract to repair the roadway following widespread damages throughout Washington due to natural disaster is currently underway. A timeline for permanent repairs has not been shared yet.
Work Schedule: Around-the-clock until further notice.

  • An emergency repair contract to repair the highway is underway. Until the roadway can be addressed, one-way alternating traffic will remain in effect until further notice. WSDOT will provide notice when a contract is available for advertisement and when construction may occur.

SR 107 - Chehalis River Bridge - Structural Rehabilitation and Bridge Painting 
US 12 Region: Olympic County: Grays Harbor Location: Milepost(s) 6.9
Contact: Karen Boone, 360-538-8500
Description: This project replaces damaged and deteriorating timber on the south approach of the 1958 SR 107 Chehalis River Bridge near Montesano. Crews will install modern safety rails and paint the entire steel surface to protect against corrosion. A rehabilitated SR 107 Chehalis River Bridge will reduce maintenance costs and bring the south end of the bridge approach up to current standards. Project is scheduled to wrap up spring of 2021.

WSDOT will allow Rognlin's Inc. crews up to three weekend closures (which will be announced in advance) to conduct deck repairs and raise the arched portals on the existing steel structure. To do this work, the roadway will need to be completely closed to traffic. During any scheduled closure, vehicles will be detoured along with overweight and overheight vehicles using US 101 and US 12.  

Around the clock

  • The speed limit has been reduced from 40 mph to 25 mph between milepost 6.9 and 7.1.
  • No oversized loads on the bridge with a width restriction of 9 feet maximum.  

US 101 - 5th St to S H St Paving and ADA Compliance
US 101 Region: Olympic County: Grays Harbor Location: Milepost(s) 87.5 to 91.5
Contact: Karen Boone, 360-538-8500
Description: Travelers can expect weekday, daytime shoulder closures as crews reconstruct sidewalks and repave a nearly four-mile stretch of US 101 between Aberdeen and Hoquiam. Pavement repairs will be done at night when traffic volumes are lower. When paving occurs, drivers should expect single lane closures through the work zone. In addition, crews will replace worn expansion joints on the US 101 Hoquiam River Simpson Avenue Bridge. All work is expected to wrap up in spring of 2021.
Work Schedule: Travelers can expect single lane and shoulder closures beginning Monday, May 11.


Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Grays Harbor Location: Milepost(s) 83.2
Contact: Brent Schiller, 360-533-9447
Description: Single lane closure with flaggers as maintenance crews pour concrete into bridge rail forms along the US 101 Chehalis River Bridge. 
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 3.

Highway: SR 109 Region: Olympic County: Grays Harbor Location: Milepost(s) 33.1
Contact: Trisha Griffin, 253-377-2897
Description: One-way alternating traffic with flaggers for drilling activities along the highway.
Work Schedule: 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday, June 1.

Jefferson County

US 101 - West Jefferson County - Remove Fish Barriers
Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s) Multiple locations between 146.7 and 162.6
Contact: Karen Boone, 360-538-8500
Description: WSDOT will replace three outdated, damaged culverts that run under US 101 at Steamboat Creek, Harlow Creek and Fisher Creek between Queets and Kalaloch. The damaged culverts will be replaced with concrete girder bridges and are expected to open up nearly nine miles of potential fish habitat.
Work Schedule: A 25 mph speed limit reduction is in place around the clock. Drivers will encounter one-way alternating traffic with a traffic signal at each culvert site. Any roadway closures will be announced in advance. View project web page.

US 101 - Lower Hoh Road - Intersection Improvements
Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s) 167.6
Contact: Dan McKernan, 360-565-0620
Description: This project aims to improve traveler safety by constructing a westbound deceleration lane from US 101 onto Lower Hoh Road near Kalaloch as well as replacing and relocating an old illumination system closer to Lower Hoh Road. During the project, traffic will alternate through the work zone controlled by flaggers. All work is weather dependent and subject to change. 
Work Schedule: Weekday daytime construction through fall. 

US 101 - Unnamed Tributary to Lower Hoh - Remove Fish Barrier
Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s) 175.42 to 175.5
Contact: Dan McKernan, 360-565-0620
Description: The existing culvert runs from an unnamed tributary to Hoh River in Jefferson County and has been identified by WSDOT and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife as a barrier to fish needing correction. It is roughly 60 percent passable in its current condition and species such as bull trout, steelhead, coho and cutthroat salmon have been identified at this location. During construction, travelers will use a one-lane detour at the site that will be controlled by a temporary signal. Travelers should expect minor delays, reduced speed limits and occasional roadway closures. Any roadway closures will be announced in advance.
Work Schedule: Weekday daytime construction beginning as early as Monday, June 22 through fall. 

SR 104 - Paradise Bay- Shine Road - Intersection Safety Improvement Project
Highway: SR 104 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s)  13.74 to 13.78
Contact: Joseph Perez, 360-357-2798
Description: The intersection of SR 104 and Paradise Bay/Shine Roads in Jefferson County just west of the SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge has a history of serious injury-collisions for the nearly 17,000 travelers that frequent this stretch of highway each day. View a video of the proposed safety improvements. WSDOT plans to improve safety by installing roundabouts at the intersection of SR 104/Paradise Bay-Shine Road and SR 104/Beaver Valley Road (SR 19). Both projects are anticipated to begin construction sometime between 2021-2023.

Work Schedule: View project webpage for answers to common questions and continued project updates.

SR 116 - Kilisut Harbor - Remove Fish Barrier 
Highway: SR 116 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s) 4.7
Contact: Dan McKernan, 360-565-0620
Description:  Cascade Bridge LLC crews will build a 440-foot, two-lane concrete girder bridge spanning Kilisut Harbor near Marrowstone Island. The goal of this project, spearheaded by the North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC) and funded by its partners, is to restore historic tidal channels and fish runs between southern Kilisut Harbor and Oak Bay in Jefferson County by creating approximately 2,300 acres of productive habitat in Puget Sound. Project web page. 
Work Schedule: See below: 

One-way alternating traffic controlled by a temporary signal.


Highway: US 101 Region: Olympic County: Jefferson Location: Milepost(s) 284 to 294
Contact: Steve Russell, 360-565-0680
Description: Slow moving vehicle in both directions as crews mow and clear obstructions along state right of way in Jefferson County.
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 4.