WSDOT to begin paving along SR 304 in Bremerton

Work will occur from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting August 22

The Washington State Department of Transportation will undertake a paving project on State Route 304 in Bremerton Aug. 22-26.

Work will occur between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. The work will be conducted on Burwell Street from Montgomery Avenue to Warren Avenue. The work over the next few weeks will encompass grinding and placing new pavement on Burwell Street, raising utilities back up to street level and striping the roadway.

Work to date has included upgrading curb ramps that did not meet the ADA guidelines and replacing traffic loops at some intersections with radar traffic detection. For questions, contact Doug Adamson with WSDOT at 360-357-2716.

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