What does it take to connect a highway to a tunnel? In Seattle, the answer is three weeks of intensive construction. The work starts Jan. 11, 2019 when the Alaskan Way Viaduct shuts down and state Route 99 closes through the city for three weeks.
A long-awaited, $48 million project to replace the I-5 overpass in Lacey at Marvin Rd. begins Monday night. The new interchange, known as a "diverging diamond," will take nearly two years to finish is expected to improve flow and reduce collisions.
Every one of us has been cut off, stuck at a light, hung out to dry on a zipper merge or worse, and we’ve asked that question. So reporter Kenny Ocker sought out a panel of local law enforcement officials and put it to them, with no time to prepare.
To demonstrate hydroplane conditions and how to recover, CHP Officer Dan Wright takes The Sacramento Bee for a spin on the academy's hazardous-conditions track in West Sacramento. Cut the risk of hydroplaning by reducing speeds.