“A $1.2 million project that provides for improvements on an existing 9.95 mile section of State Route 510 between Sitka Street SE near Lacey and 93rd Avenue SE in Yelm (mileposts 4.50 – 14.46) has begun. This project includes removal of miscellaneous existing traffic items, pavement repair, planing of bituminous (chip sealed) pavement, paving with hot-mix asphalt, adjustment of catch basins, grate inlets, and junction boxes, and guardrail and permanent signing installation. Work on the section of SR 510 between Old Pacific Highway and the boundary to the Nisqually Indian Reservation (mileposts 6.26 – 9.84) also includes installation of centerline rumble strips and recessed pavement markers. Work has just begun, and is scheduled for completion in early August 2006. For the week of June 26, motorists can expect daily alternating single-lane traffic control with a pilot car eastbound and westbound SR 510 throughout the project limits for pavement repairs Monday through Thursday, June 26-29. Work hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Work conducted in the signalized intersection at Muk-Set-Wei Drive will require the traffic signal to be set to flash and flagged traffic control. This work is weather dependent,” quoting the WSDOT website link.