Aberdeen drivers may notice more commercial vehicles and experience some traffic delays on local roads during the next few months.  The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and contractor Kiewit-General (K-G) are going full speed ahead to complete new pontoons for the aging SR 520 Bridge. But as work ramps up, traffic may slow down a bit.  Motorists should plan for higher than normal traffic volumes and possible slight delays on US 101, W. Wishkah Street, E. Terminal Road and W. Heron Street from 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. weekdays. An average of 150 trips will be made daily to and from the SR 520 Pontoon Construction Site near the Port of Grays Harbor.   Project-related traffic is expected to decline in early June when most of the materials and equipment needed to build a pontoon casting facility will be on site.



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