Foss and Pugh Road lane work to cause delays on Bond Road

Addition of turn lanes in Poulsbo expected to create delays for travelers along SR 307

  • Tuesday, July 10, 2018 11:43am
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POULSBO — Drivers traveling along State Route 307/ Bond Road NE in Kitsap County can expect delays from 7:30 p.m. to 7 a.m. between Thursday and Friday at the intersection at Foss and Pugh Roads NE in Poulsbo. County crews will be working to restripe a section of the highway.

The restriped section will create left turn lanes for Foss and Pugh Roads Northeast. Travelers can expect one-way alternating traffic during the installation of the lanes and are encouraged to plan ahead for the expected delays, especially during the morning hours on Friday. The work could be rescheduled depending on weather conditions.

In a press release, Kitsap County Public Works said that the turn lanes should reduce collisions and improve traffic flow.

Traffic information is available through the WSDOT traffic app or by dialing 511.

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