Highway 14 Work To Lead To Delays At Cape Horn

Travelers along Highway 14 at the west end of Skamania County will need to plan ahead for daytime delays starting this week.  Starting Monday, Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will utilize alternating single lane closures and flaggers as they pave sections of Highway 14 near Cape Horn, between Marble Road at milepost 23.0 and Riverside Drive at milepost 27.5.  The single lane closures are scheduled for all of this week and Monday and Tuesday of next week.  Pavement improvements include crack sealing, grinding, and leveling ruts, filling potholes and applying lane striping where needed.  Expect delays of up to 20 minutes when flaggers are present.  Oversized loads wider than 12-feet are restricted from traveling through this area.  Because paving work is weather dependent and requires dry, warm weather, it may be paused at any time, due to inclement weather.

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