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Spruce RR Walk:
East Beach Road
Now open to through traffic. The Log Cabin Creek culvert replacement work is complete. Work on East Beach Road is on-going. Flaggers will continue to direct traffic during work hours, expect delays.

Expect up to 30-minute delays on East Beach Road during weekday work hours.

Paving work set to begin on East Beach Road after Labor Day

September 6: paving patches will begin between the Lyre River Trailhead for the Spruce Railroad Trail and the intersection of Joyce-Piedmont and East Beach Roads. There will be limited access between 8:30 am and 6:30 pm. Travelers should expect 30 to 60-minute delays.

September 7: paving operations between the Lyre River Trailhead for the Spruce Railroad Trail and the intersection of Joyce-Piedmont and East Beach Roads will restrict access to the area from 8:30 am to 11:00 am. Following this period, paving patches will begin on East Beach Road with 30-minute delays until 6:30 pm.
September 8: East Beach Road paving patches will continue during work hours with 30-minute delays until 6:30 pm.

Marymere Falls and Sol Duc Walks:
Highway 101- Half-hour delays on Highway 101 during weekday work hours. Expect short delays after-hours and on weekends to accommodate alternating single-lane traffic.

Description of work: Rock scaling work began August 7. When rock scaling is underway, both lanes are stopped. Any debris that has fallen on the roadway over the containment system/barriers will then be cleared with equipment. When the roadway is clear, the flaggers will send traffic from one direction, followed by the other. Travelers should expect half-hour delays Monday through Friday during work hours.
Traveling in the early morning (before 8 am) and early evening (after 6:00 pm) can help you avoid the half-hour delays. Work hours during the summer can begin 2 hours after sunrise and must end two hours before sunset. Construction will occur on weekdays only. No weekend or holiday work.

Port Angeles Waterfront Walk Detour:
Beginning Tuesday, September 5, the Waterfront Trail will be closed during the week from Ennis Creek to 9/11 Memorial Waterfront Park.

The trail will be closed while Olympic Medical Center finishes Phase 2 of soldier wall construction. Plans are to reopen the trail over the weekends until the work is complete. At this time, the trail is scheduled to be closed until Friday, September 22. The trail will be inaccessible during this time. Please do not attempt to pass the barricades to access the closed portion of the trail.

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