MONTESANO – Work to rehabilitate the 1950s-era State Route 107 https://www.google.com/url?q=https://lnks.gd/l/eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJidWxsZXRpbl9saW5rX2lkIjoxMDAsInVyaSI6ImJwMjpjbGljayIsImJ1bGxldGluX2lkIjoiMjAyMDA5MTYuMjcyMTc4OTEiLCJ1cmwiOiJodHRwczovL3dzZG90LndhLmdvdi9Qcm9qZWN0cy9TUjEwNy9jaGVoYWxpc3JpdmVyYnJpZGdlcmVoYWIvZGVmYXVsdC5odG0ifQ.fITaAehgZmxU-BwuvH5SYZS85YDGNYA4CMwQn25yx3A/s/668312341/br/84985565746-l&source=gmail&ust=1600399886689000&usg=AFQjCNG6wBZIP6Iy8slK5sjrVqcExITvXw" style="color: rgb(68, 68, 68); text-decoration: underline;">Chehalis River Bridge in Montesano will reach a key milestone during the last weekend of September. In order to reach that milestone, travelers will want to plan ahead for a total bridge closure and adjust travel plans.
Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will close the highway approaching the bridge to switch traffic onto the newly constructed portion, reconfigure concrete barrier and make adjustments to the temporary traffic signal.
The move to the new bridge portion requires traffic to be completely off the roadway, away from heavy machinery. Emergency response vehicles will not be able to pass through the construction zone.