Highway 14 Repairs To Begin Tuesday

Repair of sections of Highway 14 through Stevenson, White Salmon and Bingen will get underway on Tuesday.  Last summer, crews resurfaced those areas using a liquid-asphalt mixture and crushed gravel to fill in cracks and create a watertight bond to protect the highway.  But over the winter, the Washington Department of Transportation observed that portions were not holding up well, resulting in loose rocks on the roadway, and heavy truck traffic during the detour of Interstate 84 during the Mosier oil train derailment led to more damage.  On Tuesday crews will alternate traffic through a single lane west of White Salmon near the State Route 141 spur from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m.  The following two nights, crews will detour traffic on Second Street in Stevenson between First Street and Northeast Frank Johns Road from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.  Vehicles parked along Second Street after 6 p.m. each night will be removed.  More nighttime paving and striping work will be scheduled near Bingen in mid-July.

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