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After the storm subsided, DOT&PF conducted emergency repairs on numerous sites that sustained roadway damage, washed out culverts, filled drainage ditches, and landslides. DOT&PF continues to monitor sites and perform emergency repairs as needed.

DOT&PF will deliver permanent repairs to damage sites in 5 communities. Permanent repair costs are expected to exceed $35 million.

DOT&PF is developing designs for permanent repairs that will return the roads to their pre-damage condition. Current work includes:

  • Grouping damage sites for permanent repair according to location, type of damage, or complexity of repair;
  • Conducting geotechnical and other site investigations to determine repair needs;
  • Assessing site eligibility for FEMA and FHWA disaster funding reimbursement; and
  • Designing repair plans.

Permanent repair construction is expected in 2022 and 2023.