highway 410

Highway 410 Rollover Takes Lives of Burbank Couple
A husband and wife from Burbank were killed Saturday night after their truck went off the Little Naches Road near Highway 410 and overturned into the Naches River. State Patrol Troopers say 44-year-old William Retterer Jr. and his wife 43-year-old Sherri Retterer were driving along the Little Naches…
The New Section of State Route 410 to Open This Thursday
In October of 2009 a massive landslide destroyed a portion of State Route 410 in the Nile area on Thursday the state department of transportation and the Nile Valley community will celebrate the opening of a new section of state route 410 that eliminates a 20-minute detour through the Nile Valle…
DOT Working Hard To Clear Slide From Highway 410
Snow, mud, rocks and trees. That's what Washington State Department of Transportation (DOT) crews are trying to clear this week to reopen Highway 410. The DOT's Mike Westbay says the slide is six to 10 feet deep and 150 yards long near Bumping River Road...
Long-Term Closure Expected On Highway 410
Highway 410 remains closed near Bumping River Road as a result of a large mudslide on Friday. The slide covered 60 feet of highway.
Department of Transportation (D.O.T) crews assessed the damage over the weekend and are working to clear the slide area...
DOT Has Plans to Make Traveling SR 410 In The Nile Easier
If you live in the Nile area the department of transportation wants to tell you about plans to make your commute a little easier after that big landslide. It happened in 2009. A huge landslide covered State Route 410 in the Nile area...
National Recognition For Washington State Department Of Transportation
Ever since a massive landslide took out a quarter-mile stretch of State Route 410 in 2009, drivers have relied on a swiftly built emergency route that won the Washington State Department of Transportation national recognition.
This month marks the start of preliminary construction on a permanent f…