A very busy part of Bend is about to get more snarled due to a planned construction project. Bend Streets Supervisor Kevin Ramsey says "weather permitting" they'll start work on a big project Monday April 16th at Mt. Washington Drive and Northwest Crossing. "We just ask that one drivers slow down because the major detour actually goes by the high school. The businesses in the NW Crossing area will still be open. They'll be a residential and commercial detour, access all the NW Crossing businesses.” The $151,000 project replaces crumbling asphalt with a long lasting concrete surface. This is paid for with gas taxes. And after that road improvement is done; another big project will start nearby as part of the $30 million GO Bond (General Obligation Bond) voters passed last May.