Highway 395 roundabouts halfway done

Thomas Costigan | Statesman Examiner
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Thomas Costigan
Staff Writer

It’s one down and one to go for the two roundabouts being built on U.S. Highway 395 at Deer Park.
Washington State Department of Transportation officials expect the first of the two roundabouts to be open to traffic on Monday. With the Main Street intersection roundabout ready for use, construction crews will focus their attention on the planned roundabout at the Crawford Avenue/Monroe Road intersection.
Project Engineer Tom Brasch said construction crews, thanks, in part, to good weather, have been able to stay on schedule. It was estimated that each roundabout would take 4-6 weeks to complete.
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