Evening rush-hour traffic on northbound Interstate 5, left, rolls through Olympia as southbound traffic slows as vehicles from the Capitol Campus merge with downtown traffic, then merges again onto I-5, in April. Crews will begin paving 10 miles of I-5 in Thurston County starting Monday, and lane and ramp closures are expected to last through the project.
Evening rush-hour traffic on northbound Interstate 5, left, rolls through Olympia as southbound traffic slows as vehicles from the Capitol Campus merge with downtown traffic, then merges again onto I-5, in April. Crews will begin paving 10 miles of I-5 in Thurston County starting Monday, and lane and ramp closures are expected to last through the project. Tony Overman Staff photographer
Evening rush-hour traffic on northbound Interstate 5, left, rolls through Olympia as southbound traffic slows as vehicles from the Capitol Campus merge with downtown traffic, then merges again onto I-5, in April. Crews will begin paving 10 miles of I-5 in Thurston County starting Monday, and lane and ramp closures are expected to last through the project. Tony Overman Staff photographer

Big paving project on I-5 begins Monday

May 16, 2017 08:17 AM

UPDATED May 16, 2017 07:26 PM

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