Construction Brings Short-Term Congestion Across Marvin Road Overpass in Lacey


Submitted Washington State Department of Transportation

Travelers who use the Marvin Road overpass in Lacey area encouraged plan extra time into their commute.

  • From the early morning hours of Sunday, July 26 to the evening of Friday, July 31

Southbound Marvin Road after the Britton Parkway Northeast/Willamette Drive Northeast roundabout to Interstate 5 will be reduced to one lane around-the-clock.

The temporary change will allow crews to build a raised concrete island. The islands help direct the flow of traffic through a diverging diamond interchange.

  • Northbound changes continue
    Travelers using northbound Marvin Road will continue to see existing lane restrictions through the end of July. The right lane of northbound Marvin Road is open for through traffic, and the left lane is a left-turn only to southbound I-5.

The temporary northbound lane changes allow crews to build barrier a protected path for pedestrians and bicyclists.

WSDOT encourages all travelers to plan ahead, eliminate discretionary travel and add plenty of extra time.

Advance information about this project and other roadwork on state highways in Thurston County is available online. Travelers can get real-time information on the WSDOT app and by following the WSDOT regional Twitter feed.

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