Construction Traffic Delays
Clark County - 360.397.6118 ext. 4944
NE 119th Street, NE 87th Avenue to NE 112th Avenue – road improvements
A contractor working for Clark County is widening and upgrading this section of NE 119th Street to a four-lane minor arterial with center turn lane, sidewalks, bicycle lanes and facilities to collect and treat polluted storm runoff. The project is scheduled to be complete by fall 2019.
Drivers should expect rough road conditions and delays during construction. The speed limit in the construction zone has been reduced to 25 miles per hour.
More information is available on the county’s website: https://www.clark.wa.gov/public-works/ne-119th-street.
Highway 99 Pavement Improvements
A contractor working for Clark County is performing construction activities as a part of the Highway 99 Pavement Improvements project. Work will take place from Northeast 78th Street to Northeast 134th Street. Drivers should expect delays in the work zone during construction. Work includes localized widening, guardrail, crack sealing, pavement repair, pre-leveling, placing hot mix asphalt, curb ramps, and traffic control. This project is scheduled to complete in summer 2020.
Northeast 72nd Avenue at NE St. Johns Road Intersection – Intersection work
A private contractor will be working in the intersection modifying the existing median and installing new curb and sidewalk required for a new development. Drivers should expect traffic revisions within the area. Work is scheduled to be complete by the end of December 2019.
Main Avenue between Depot Street and the north entrance of the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge
A contractor working for Clark County will begin installing a large arch culvert over Gee Creek and making site improvements starting June 17. Crews will be working shifts Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 3:30 PM.
Drivers should expect intermittent single-lane closures with flaggers and up to 15-minute delays on Main Avenue between Depot Street and the north entrance of the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge while crews mobilize equipment. Single-lane closures will continue through July 8, followed by a full road closure to through traffic through October 3, with local access only.
School buses and emergency vehicles will be given priority access by flagging crews, and will be allowed through the work zone without delay.
Northeast 259th Street and Northeast 72nd Avenue Intersection Improvements
A contractor working for Clark County will be performing construction activities at the intersection of Northeast 259th Street and Northeast 72nd Avenue. The Contractor will improve sight distance at the intersection by removing trees/vegetation and excavating the roadside bank. Street light illumination will be added at the intersection and the southbound merge on Northeast 72nd Avenue. A flashing curve warning sign will be added on the eastbound approach to the intersection on Northeast 259th Street. Radius widening will occur to accommodate larger turning vehicles. Drivers should expect intermittent delays through September 2019.
City of Vancouver - 360.487.7750
Development Projects Citywide
A variety of private development projects are occurring throughout the City of Vancouver. Some may include street, utility or right of way improvements or impacts. For information about these projects, please visit: www.cityofvancouver.us/projects.
Washington State Department of Transportation - 360.905.2060
PLEASE NOTE: Daytime traffic impacts typically take place between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., and nighttime impacts are between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. Times may vary based on weather and other (construction-related) variables
No scheduled traffic impacts