Two Marysville Pavement Repair Projects Coming this Summer on I-5 and SR 528
MARYSVILLE, WA Marysville, Washington, drivers are getting nearly 10 miles of new asphalt this summer between two paving projects on Interstate 5 and State Route 528.
Washington State Department of Transportation contractor crews will repave both directions of an eight-mile stretch of I-5 between Ebey Slough Bridge and State Route 531/172nd Street Northeast.
A separate project later this summer will repave almost two miles of SR 528/64th Street Northeast between 55th Drive Northeast and 83rd Avenue Northeast. Both projects will also improve pedestrian crossings in the area to meet current federal standards.
"It has been well over a decade since either of these two highways have been repaved," said WSDOT Project Engineer Mark Sawyer. "Right now, both highways have their fair share of potholes and cracks. So we're really looking forward to starting up these projects and giving drivers a much better surface to travel on."
I-5 repaving project
Cemex Construction Materials Pacific will begin setting up to repave I-5. The $9.7-million project will require various overnight lane and ramp closures between 8 p.m. and 9 a.m. Sunday through Friday.
SR 528 repaving project
Lakeside Industries, Inc. is scheduled to repave the two-mile section of SR 528 beginning in June. The $2.4 million project will have varying overnight lane closures between 7 p.m. and 11 a.m. Monday through Thursday depending on the location of the work. There will also be occasional lane closures between 7 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Monday.