Traffic crosses a new bridge on U.S. Highway 101 over Bagley Creek east of Port Angeles on Wednesday as work continues on building a second bridge for the eastbound lanes. The project, designed to replace aging culverts for improved salmon habitat, also includes a new bridge over Siebert Creek farther east, as well as smaller box culverts on South Bagley Creek Road and James Page Road. The $30.6 million project, which is expected to last until late fall, currently has traffic constricted to a single lane in each direction through the two major construction zones. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Traffic crosses a new bridge on U.S. Highway 101 over Bagley Creek east of Port Angeles on Wednesday as work continues on building a second bridge for the eastbound lanes. The project, designed to replace aging culverts for improved salmon habitat, also includes a new bridge over Siebert Creek farther east, as well as smaller box culverts on South Bagley Creek Road and James Page Road. The $30.6 million project, which is expected to last until late fall, currently has traffic constricted to a single lane in each direction through the two major construction zones. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Bridge work continues

Traffic crosses a new bridge on U.S. Highway 101 over Bagley Creek east of Port Angeles on Wednesday as work continues on building a second bridge for the eastbound lanes.

The project, designed to replace aging culverts for improved salmon habitat, also includes a new bridge over Siebert Creek farther east, as well as smaller box culverts on South Bagley Creek Road and James Page Road.

The $30.6 million project, which is expected to last until late fall, currently has traffic constricted to a single lane in each direction through the two major construction zones.

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