Submitted by Washington State Department of Transportation
Travelers who use State Route 6 just west of Adna, will need to plan ahead for delays today.
On Thursday, May 6, Washington State Department of Transportation’s contractor, Scarsella Bros. Inc., will set bridge girders along the new fish-friendly structure that’s being constructed over an un-named tributary to the Chehalis River as part of the culvert replacement project which began in summer 2020.
During bridge girder setting, travelers on both directions of SR 6 near Twin Oaks Road will encounter daytime, intermittent closures with wait times of up to 20 minutes, beginning at 7:30 a.m., until completed.
This $8.9 million dollar project is part of the statewide fish barrier correction program and is scheduled for completion later this year.
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