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Pioneer Way Concrete Barrier and Wall Repair

Repair to Pioneer Way – Lane Closures


Repair of the traffic safety barrier at 2502 Pioneer Way in Tacoma, just south of the intersection of River Road, is expected to begin the last week of January and be completed by the end of February 2016.  Please see maps below for more details. The curb lane at this location has been closed since early September 2015.  

The City of Tacoma’s Public Works Department has hired TUCCI & SONS Construction to repair the barrier and reconstruct the affected portion of the road. The initial phase of construction will consist of retaining the wall replacement and is expected to take one to two weeks. During this phase two lanes will remain open (one northbound and one southbound). The remaining construction will consist of road construction and is expected to take three to four weeks. During this phase the one lane will remain open and controlled by a flagger. Following construction, three lanes (two northbound and one southbound) will again be open to traffic.

Traffic Review Map for Traffic Control with Flaggers and Police

Traffic Review Map for Traffic Control

The Emergency Pioneer Way Concrete Barrier and Wall repair project will reconstruct the segmental block wall, reconstruct curb and gutter, reset the barrier on the concrete slab and reset catch basin to intercept curb and gutter flow line.

Project Funding:



Transportation Benefit District (TBD)

Pioneer Way Improvement  $179,000







 $ 49,755
Construction $ 305,245
Total $ 355,000





Starting date

Ending date



Be Informed, Get Involved

You can contact City Project Manager Said Seddiki at (253) 591-5204, or by email, with questions, concerns, or comments.