Road work affects SR 167 night traffic | Department of Transportation

The project also includes repaving on-ramps and exits within the project limits. Crews are also scheduled to repair a number of aging bridge expansion joints.

  • Monday, July 16, 2018 10:45am
  • News

Night paving will target cracks and wheel ruts on a busy section of State Route 167 between the Pierce County line and Puyallup. Beginning Monday, July 23, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will start an asphalt preservation project.

The work will repave more than six miles of the right lane of SR 167. The project also includes repaving on-ramps and exits within the project limits. Crews are also scheduled to repair a number of aging bridge expansion joints.

Lane and ramp closure specifics

  • Single-lane and ramp closures will start at 11 p.m. each Sunday through Thursday night, and will last until 6 a.m. each following morning. Detours will be provided for ramp closures. The work is expected to be complete by late summer.

Any deviations from the above schedule will be announced as needed.

Advance information about construction and lane closures on state highways in Pierce County is available online at the Olympic Region Weekly Construction and Traffic Updates web page.

More in News

St. Elizabeth workers picket for increased staffing, pay increases

Without appropriate staffing levels, nurses say, patients can’t receive the care they deserve.

Suspect with violent history killed by officers outside Enumclaw

It’s unclear why Anthony Chilcott was not being held after a late October arrest for resisting arrest and damaging a patrol car before this most recent incident, which resulted in his death.

Victims, law enforcement speak about King County Courthouse conditions

An entrance to the courthouse was closed after an assault.

In this September 2019 photo, George Kirkish, owner and founder of Palouse Winery on Vashon-Maury Island, pours a glass of wine for Lori Coots during tasting room hours. (Kevin Opsahl/Sound Publishing)
King County Council approves controversial winery, brewery ordinance

After five years, the county has updated regulations surrounding alcohol production and tasting.

Father charged with assault after giving step daughter chloroform

Though initially put on life support, the girl has recovered enough to talk to police.

New charges against Black Diamond man who poisoned step-daughter

The new charges against Allen Bittner involve child molestation and rape.

The state of HIV in King County | Public Health Insider

The county wants to achieve the WHO’s 90:90:90 goal.

Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is among supporters of statewide “just cause” legislation to protect tenants in Washington. However, some landlords say removing the ability to quickly remove tenants limits their ability to get rid of problem renters. (Courtesy image)
Tenant advocates prepare for another push in Olympia

Following wins in Burien and Federal Way, just cause evictions are on the 2020 Legislative agenda.

EHS students travel to Nevada for rangeland contest

This was the first time the Hornets participated in the Western National Rangeland competition.

Most Read