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Paving preservation project from Ecola Creek to Arcadia Beach.
The paving is complete, except at two bridge locations. We still need to install the permanent striping throughout the project area when the weather is warm and dry. We estimate completing the project in spring 2023.
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The U.S. 101 paving preservation project starts at Ecola Creek by Cannon Beach to Arcadia Beach, north of Arch Cape. The project is resurfacing, restoring and rehabilitating the roadway to give users a smooth ride.
The project includes:
Repaving the roadway.
Repairing bridge decks.
Installing new bridge rail.
Upgrading traffic signs.
Applying new striping.
Installing rumble strips.
During construction the work requires brief lane closures controlled by flagging.
Mile post 28.7 to 32.4
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