Paving crews working on State Route 8 between Elma and Olympia will be focusing their efforts on a half-mile section of SR 108 in McCleary the night of July 13.
What to expect
From 6 p.m. Thursday, July 13 through 8 a.m. Friday, July 14, SR 108 will close at the junction with SR 8 while crews resurface the roadway.
Travelers heading to and from McCleary will detour via Mox Chehalis Road.
During the same time, travelers will see one-way alternating traffic on SR 108/West Simpson Avenue between Elma McCleary Road and East Fork Wildcat Creek near the community center.
Following the SR 108 work, crews will return to SR 8 to complete paving and striping there.
The contractor expects all resurfacing work to be complete by the fall.
Whenever near work zones please:
- Slow down – drive the posted speeds, they’re there for your safety.
- Be kind – our workers are out there helping to keep you safe and improve the roadways.
- Pay attention – both to workers directing you and surrounding traffic.
- Stay Calm – expect delays, leave early or take alternate routes if possible; no meeting or appointment is work risking someone’s life.
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