Goose Lake Road Reconstruction Project

Project Complete

Construction on Goose Lake Road was completed on September 29, 2017.

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Project Overview

Goose Lake Road provides recreational access to the Payette National Forest, with the primary destination being the Brundage Mountain Ski Area. Goose Lake Road however, is also a narrow winding mountainous road with the highest accident rate in the Payette National Forest. The intent of the Goose Lake Road Reconstruction Project is to improve safety by widening the existing roadway, from an approximate 22 foot paved width to a 26-foot paved width. Additionally, spot improvements will be provided to select substandard curves as well as intersection improvements at SH 55.

The project limits begin at the intersection of SH 55 and Goose Lake Road and extend approximately 3.8 miles to the entrance of the Brundage Mountain Ski Area.

Project Map

Documents and Updates

Map showing general vicinity of project
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Project Details
Project # ID PFH 98(1)
Project Name Goose Lake Road Reconstruction Project
Location Adams County
Awarded to Western Construction, Inc.
Award Date March 2, 2016
Award Amount $10,302,500.00
Status Completed

Contact Information

John Henderson, Project Engineer
Phone: (360) 839-3867

Lynda Friesz-Martin, Public Information Officer
Phone: (208) 336-1701

Federal Highway Administration
Western Federal Lands Highway Division
610 East Fifth Street
Vancouver, WA 98661-3801