Construction Traffic Delays
Clark County - 360.397.6118 ext. 4944
Northeast 10th Avenue, Northeast 154th Street to Northeast 164th Street - road and bridge construction
A contractor working for Clark County is widening Northeast 10th Avenue, along the west side of Interstate 5, and building a 450-foot long bridge over Whipple Creek. Initial work will include ground clearing and erosion control. The project is scheduled to be completed in fall 2018.
This section of Northeast 10th Avenue will be closed to most traffic, although local access will be maintained for residents, emergency vehicles and deliveries. Drivers should avoid the area, if possible, and expect rough road conditions and travel delays.
More information is available on the county’s website: www.clark.wa.gov/public-works/ne-10th-avenue.
Northeast 119th Street, Northeast 50th Avenue to Northeast 72nd Avenue - road improvements
A contractor working for Clark County is widening this section of Northeast 119th Street to a two-lane minor arterial with a center turn lane, sidewalks, bicycle lanes and facilities to collect and treat polluted storm runoff. The project is expected to be complete in fall 2018.
This section of Northeast 119th Street is closed to through traffic. Access will be maintained for residents living along and near this road section. Residents should expect rough road conditions and delays during construction.
Through traffic should bypass the construction zone. A map showing alternate routes is available on the county’s website: www.clark.wa.gov/public-works/ne-119th-street.
Northeast 78th Street, Northeast 13th Street to 78th Street Heritage Farm – sewer improvements
Nutter Corp., a contractor working for Clark Regional Wastewater District, will install more than 2,500 feet of gravity sewers in Northeast 78th Street, as well as in Northeast 19th Court and Northeast 13th Avenue. Work is scheduled to end in October 2018. Most work in Northeast 78th Street will be done in the middle of the road. Two-way traffic will be maintained on Northeast 78th Street during construction. There will be daytime and nighttime lane closures that reduce Northeast 78th Street to a single lane for both eastbound and westbound traffic. More project information is available at: www.crwwd.com/documents/Cap-Project-Profile_NE-78th-Street.pdf.
Summer road preservation – various locations
Prep work has started for slurry and cape seals on neighborhood streets and hot mix asphalt overlays on busier streets in unincorporated Clark County. Residents should watch for temporary “no parking” signs for this work. Once actual preservation work begins this summer, affected residents will receive door hangers notifying them of temporary road closures and other traffic restrictions. More information, including a list of road sections to be treated, is available on the county’s website: www.clark.wa.gov/public-works/summer-road-preservation.
Northeast Union Road – sewer improvements
Clark and Sons, a contractor working for Clark Regional Wastewater District, will install more than 1,600 feet of sewer line in Northeast Union Road, from the Union Road pump station to the Northeast 20th Avenue-Northeast 154th Street intersection. Work will end in August 2018. There will be single-lane closures on Northeast Union Road during the day, with both lanes open at night. More information is available at: https://bit.ly/2JEecdA.
Northeast 58th Street, Northeast 52nd Place to Northeast 58th Court – utility work
A short section of Northeast 58th Street will be closed daily, 8 am to 5 pm, Monday, July 16, to Wednesday, July 18, for utility work for a private development. Local access will be allowed for drivers who need to reach destinations in the closure area. Through traffic should use alternate routes. Drivers should expect brief delays during construction.
Northeast 182nd Avenue south of Northeast 83rd Street – utility work and frontage improvements
These improvements are being built for private developments in the area. Drivers should expect single-lane closures and minor delays during construction.
City of Vancouver - 360.487.7750
Americans with Disabilities Act Pedestrian Curb Ramp Construction – Pavement Management Resurfacing & Preservation Programs
Vancouver is preparing areas for its annual summer Pavement Management projects. During April through June, crews will build pedestrian curb ramps, where required, to bring those corners up to current ADA standards. Work will include pavement cutting, construction of the ADA ramps and curbs and pavement striping and landscaping at some locations. In general, construction will be done between 7 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday, but may run as late as 8 pm if needed. Please be alert while traveling in the construction zone, and watch for signage, flaggers, equipment, lane or shoulder closures and no parking notices. Curb ramp completion is expected in July 2018.
Resurfacing Program: Construction started in late April to improve 134 pedestrian curb ramps to meet ADA accessibility requirements. Ramp construction will be done in the following neighborhoods: Lincoln, Arnada, Hough, Esther Short, Maplewood, Meadow Homes, Van Mall, Kevanna Park, Burton Ridge, Marrion and Burton Evergreen. Construction is currently being done in Hough, Arnada and Esther Short neighboprhoods and along East 18th Street..
Preservation Program: Construction started in late April to improve 74 pedestrian curb ramp corners to meet ADA accessibility requirements. This work is in advance of preservation treatments planned in the following neighborhoods: Image, Burnt Bridge Creek, Parkside, Parkside East, Burton Evergreen, Riveridge, Wildwood, Lewis and Clark Woods, Mountain View and Cascade Highlands. Ramp construction has in these areas has been completed.
West 23rd Street - curb reconstruction
Work continues to reconstruct the failed curb along West 23rd Street, from west of Main Street to Columbia Street and from Columbia Street west to about Daniels Street. The project is expected to be completed in 2-3 weeks. Expected hours of construction are 7 am to about 5 pm, Monday through Friday, except for holidays. Please watch for "No Parking" signs and stay alert when traveling in construction zones.
Pavement Management - resurfacing
Asphalt paving and residential street rehabilitation will continue on selected Vancouver streets through August. Residents should watch for a first door hanger about a week before the start of work on their street, followed by a second door hanger about 24-48 hours prior to work on their street. Parking will be restricted during work. Please note date and times on temporary “no parking” signs that will be posted about 24-48 hours in advance. General construction hours are 7 am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday but may continue until 8 pm, if needed. More information, including a map of where work will be done this summer, is available on the city’s website at www.cityofvancouver.us/resurfacing.
Pavement Management - preservation
Slurry sealing, micro sealing, asphalt-rubberized chip-and-fog sealing, and bonded-wearing-course treatment will be done on Vancouver streets, from mid-July through August. Residents should watch for a first door hanger about a week before the start of work on their street, followed by a second door hanger about 24-48 hours prior to work on their street. Parking will be restricted during work. Please note date and times on temporary “no parking” signs that will be posted about 24-48 hours in advance. General construction hours are 7 am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday but may continue until 8 pm, if needed. On Northeast 192nd Avenue and Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard, work is tentatively planned for nights. More information, including a map of where work will be done this summer, is available on the city’s website at www.cityofvancouver.us/preservation.
Development projects citywide
A variety of private developments are underway throughout the city of Vancouver. Some may include street, utility or right of way improvements. For information about these projects, please visit: www.cityofvancouver.us/projects.
Washington State Department of Transportation - 360.905.2056
PLEASE NOTE: Daytime traffic impacts typically take place between 6 am and 6 pm, and nighttime impacts between 6 pm and 6 am. Times may vary based on weather and other construction-related variables.
State Route 503, Rock Creek Road to Williams Road
- Friday, July 13: Drivers in both directions of SR 503, between Northeast 266th Avenue and Ham Road, will be alternated through a single lane intermittently, with flaggers and a pilot car, daily from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm, for paving.
Monday, July 16, to Friday, July 20: Drivers in both directions of SR 503, between Northeast 266th Avenue and North Dubois Road, will be alternated through a single-lane intermittently, with flaggers and a pilot car, daily from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm, for paving.
State Route 500 in Camas, Everett Drive and Lake Road – Paving and sidewalk work
- Monday, July 16, to Friday, July 20: Drivers in both directions on this section of SR 500 will be alternated through a single lane, with flaggers, from 7 am to 7 pm daily, for paving and sidewalk work.
Interstate 5 Bridge - annual cable greasing
Friday, July 13, to the morning of Saturday, July 14: Both directions of the I-5 Bridge will close intermittently, from 10 pm to 7 am, for maintenance work.
Interstate 5 and Interstate 84 in Oregon
The southbound I-5 off-ramp to eastbound I-84 (Exit 301) will be closed around the clock through 5 am Monday, July 23, for concrete overlay, bridge repair and rail replacement work. Drivers should plan ahead, use alternate routes and expect long delays.
Interstate 5, between Marquam and Fremont bridges in Oregon
Friday, July 13, to the morning of Monday, July 16: The southbound lanes of I-5 between the two bridges will be closed, from 10 pm to 5 am, for paving. Drivers should watch for a detour routing them around the closure and expect delays.