A cleaning crew will be reducing the SR 410 bridge between Buckley and Enumclaw to just one lane from 6 a.m. to noon on Feb. 1. Photo by Kevin Hanson

A cleaning crew will be reducing the SR 410 bridge between Buckley and Enumclaw to just one lane from 6 a.m. to noon on Feb. 1. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Buckley bridge reduced to one lane Feb. 1 | WSDOT

Bridge cleaning will mean the bridge will be down a lane from 6 a.m. to noon.

The following is a press release from the Washington State Department of Transportation:

Early morning travelers who use State Route 410 between Buckley and Enumclaw are advised to give themselves extra time during their commute on Saturday, Feb. 1.

From 6 a.m. to noon, Washington State Department of Transportation bridge maintenance crews will reduce SR 410 to a single alternating lane across the county canal bridge at milepost 21.8 during bridge cleaning and repairs.

This work requires daytime hours so crews can access areas under the bridge using an Under-Bridge Inspection Truck (UBIT). The truck has a specialized arm that reaches around the bridge railing and under the bridge deck.

This work is weather sensitive and may be rescheduled.

Before heading out the door, travelers can find the latest road conditions on the WSDOT app and by following the WSDOT regional Twitter feed.

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