Delivery of oversized wind-turbine components from the Tri-Cities to a site west of Pomeroy should be completed by Friday.
During the past five months, nearly 1,200 oversized truck-trailers have rolled east on Highway 12 on the way to the Puget Sound Energy's Lower Snake River Wind Project.
The deliveries have been made almost daily since March, with trucks traveling from the Tri-Cities through Waitsburg and Dayton to the wind-project site 13 miles west of Pomeroy.
Some of the turbine components were shipped to Pasco by train. Others were shipped to the Port of Vancouver, Wash., to be loaded on trucks for the trip to Eastern Washington.