Traffic is down to one lane on Mount Baker Highway east of Maple Falls on Monday, Feb. 9, after the eastbound road shoulder was eroded by the Nooksack River. The Department of Transportation plans to start work later this month on moving that section of highway farther from the river.
Traffic is down to one lane on Mount Baker Highway east of Maple Falls on Monday, Feb. 9, after the eastbound road shoulder was eroded by the Nooksack River. The Department of Transportation plans to start work later this month on moving that section of highway farther from the river. The Bellingham Herald
Traffic is down to one lane on Mount Baker Highway east of Maple Falls on Monday, Feb. 9, after the eastbound road shoulder was eroded by the Nooksack River. The Department of Transportation plans to start work later this month on moving that section of highway farther from the river. The Bellingham Herald

Construction on Mount Baker Highway starts Thursday

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