A contract to build two roundabouts and intersection modifications has been awarded to Inland Asphalt Paving for a total of $2,959,959. The roundabouts will be constructed where Short/Main and Monroe/Crawford cross highway 395. There will also be some major changes made at Burroughs/Dalton impacting options for entering and exiting the highway at that location. Additional work will be done on drainage, signs, and pavement markings. Crews will be working Monday through Saturday with a target of 12 weeks to complete the work, which is some time in September.
Washington State Department of Transportation(WSDOT) are making themselves available to provide more details and answer questions at an open house scheduled for June 7, 5pm at City Hall. WSDOT staff will cover a variety of topics including traffic control, parking concerns, and pedestrian access.