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Long-term emergency lane closure on SR 542 east of Maple Falls

Beginning at 8 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will reduce State Route 542/Mt. Baker Highway to one lane approaching Glacier Springs, which is located four miles east of Maple Falls.

The Nooksack River is eroding land near the eastbound lane of the highway. To keep drivers safe, WSDOT is preemptively closing the eastbound lane to traffic. Traffic will be alternated through the closure area in the westbound lane.

Flaggers will keep traffic moving through the closure area until temporary signals are can be activated on Sunday evening.

Drivers should expect delays in the area and give themselves extra time to reach their destinations.

WSDOT will begin work on a $3 million emergency project to realign this stretch of SR 542 later this month. Learn more about this project by visiting the SR 542 Glacier Springs Realignment project webpage


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