Week of September 27, 2021
Clark County - 564.397.6118
2020 Preservation Guardrail
A contractor will be working to install guardrail at the following locations:
Site 1 – Northwest Lakeshore Avenue (north of Northwest 78th Street)
Site 2 – Northwest Fruit Valley Road (south of Northwest Kelly Road)
Site 3 – Northwest Lakeshore Avenue (north of Northwest 93rd Street)
Site 4 and Site 5 – Northwest Lakeshore Avenue (Northwest and Northeast corners at the intersection of Northwest 99th Street)
Site 6 – Northeast Gabriel Road
The traveling public should expect lane closures while work is being completed
Northeast Manley Road
Northeast Manley Road is closed to the traveling public between Northeast 244th Street and Northeast 249th Street (south of the Tebo pit driveway). A signed detour is in place. This closure is expected to last until October 30, 2021 (weather dependent).
This county project will be replacing the third and final culvert that crosses Northeast Manley Road during the second season of this project. This project will also improve the roadway width, install guardrail and other safety improvements, install new signage, and will complete paving on this section of road.
Northeast 10th Avenue (Northeast 149th Street to Northeast 154th Street)
A county project will reconstruct the roadway to include two travel lanes, center left-turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, stormwater treatment facilities, a culvert crossing and a traffic signal at the intersection with NE 149th St. Associated utility work will also be completed. The project is scheduled to be completed in June 2022.
Northeast 10th Avenue is closed to through-traffic between the intersections of Northeast149th Street and Northeast 154th Street until June 2022. Adjacent driveways on Northeast 10th Avenue are accessible from the north. The two intersections are open to traffic although subject to temporary, flagger-controlled delays. Drivers are urged to use caution for flaggers and workers on the roadway shoulders.
City of Vancouver
Pavement Management Program:
The 2021 City of Vancouver’s Pavement Management Program is underway for a busy season of paving and preserving streets. Vancouver’s Pavement Management program begins with preparations such as ADA curb ramp upgrades, tree/vegetation pruning and preliminary pavement crack sealing/repairs. This work usually takes place from March through early July. The Pavement Management work of resurfacing, rehabilitation and pavement preservation typically occur from July through early September. Any striping/pavement markings removed during street work will be reapplied after the surface is ready. Please allow for curing time and weather conditions. Click here to view summer pavement work and tentative schedules: www.cityofvancouver.us/PMSchedule
Pavement Management Program: Columbia Street
Pavement Management work on Columbia Street, from Columbia Way to 45th Street, is underway. Work started with ADA-ramp upgrades, beginning at the south end of the project, near 3rd/4th streets, and proceeding north during April through June. The city's contractor, Granite Inc., of Vancouver, began the actual paving of Columbia Street, from Mill Plain Boulevard to 45th Street, in late June. Project website: www.cityofvancouver.us/ColumbiaStreet
Corridor Improvement Project: Broadway
Construction is underway on Phase 1 of the Broadway Corridor Improvement Project, a major City project to upgrade water and sewer infrastructure and repave the street. Project boundaries are Broadway Street, 13th Street to McLoughlin Boulevard, with a small area west and east on McLoughlin Boulevard. Project completion is currently anticipated about late summer 2021, weather and construction conditions permitting. Click this link for more information.
A variety of private development projects may be occurring throughout the City of Vancouver. For information about these projects, please visit: www.cityofvancouver.us/projects.
Washington State Department of Transportation
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
I-5 – northbound between 19.36 and 20.0 – on the Lewis River Bridge
Freight travelers who use northbound Interstate 5 will temporarily shift to use the center lane along the northbound span of the Lewis River Bridge about two miles south of Woodland. Shifting large truck traffic to use the center lane of northbound I-5 helps prevent further damage to the bridge deck and extends the usable life of temporary repairs until more permanent repairs can be scheduled when warmer weather returns.