Turns restricted during roundabout construction

SHINE — Drivers at the intersection of state highways 104 and 19 will not be able to make left turns due to construction of a single-lane roundabout at the intersection.

Southbound drivers on state Highway 19 will still be able to turn right onto state Highway 104 and eastbound drivers on state Highway 104 will still be able to turn right onto state Highway 19, but other turns will require a detour over Center Road.

A temporary signal will be placed at the intersection of state Highway 104 and Center Road while the left turn restrictions are in force.

The restrictions are expected to be in effect through late July but will be lifted Memorial Day, May 27. Additionally, the intersection will be closed to all traffic from 10 p.m. May 28 to 5 a.m. May 29.

After completion of the roundabout at state Highway 19, crews will begin construction of a metered roundabout at the intersection of state Highway 104, Shine Road and Paradise Bay Road, at the western end of the Hood Canal Bridge.

For more information on this project, visit https://wsdot.wa.gov/construction-planning/search-projects/sr-104-paradise-bay-shine-road-sr-19-intersection-safety-improvements.

For real-time travel information, visit www.wsdot.com/travel/real-time/map or download the WSDOT app.

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