Construction Traffic Delays



Week of November 22, 2021

Clark County - 564.397.6118 

Clark County

(564) 397-6118

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

(360) 487-7750


Water Main Improvement Project: East 34th Street and Y Street

­­­Construction begins in early October on a City of Vancouver Utility project to install a new water main line along Y Street and East 34th Street in the Rose Village neighborhood. The contractor will be working north to south in Y and 34th streets. Please watch for signs restricting on-street parking where work will occur. Be prepared for impacts to travel through the work zone:

  • Y Street, from East 32nd Street to East 35th Street
  • East 34th Street, from Y Street to the end of the street

The project is anticipated to be completed by late November, weather and construction conditions allowing.


Sanitary Sewer Improvements: Three Areas in East Vancouver

Construction of sanitary sewer improvements begins early October in three separate areas in East Vancouver. The overall project will provide sanitary sewer service to 81 residential properties. The project is made possible through the City’s Sewer Connection Incentive Program (SCIP). During construction, streets affected by the work will be closed to all but local traffic of those who live there. The project is expected to be completed in January 2022, weather and construction conditions allowing. Learn more here:


Improvement Project: Land Bridge Paving and Overlook Renovation Project

The City of Vancouver will soon begin construction on a project to repair and renovate the popular Confluence Land Bridge, which arcs over State Route 14 east of Interstate 5. During this project, the city's contractor will remove failing decomposed granite surface on the Land Bridge, replacing it with architectural pavers, and renovate the People Overlook, also known as the Kanaka Village Overlook. The project is currently estimated to start in mid-October. Project completion is anticipated for January 2022, weather and construction conditions permitting. 


SE 1st Street Improvement Project: SE 1st Street, 164th Avenue to 177th Avenue

Construction on the first segment of the SE 1st Street Improvement Project, 164th Avenue to 177th Avenue, is expected to get underway in fall 2021. This long-awaited transportation improvement project will provide a complete urban street system with sidewalks, bike facilities, stormwater enhancements, street lights and sound walls where designated. Project completion, including street paving, is currently anticipated in 2022. Visit to learn more.


Private Development Projects Citywide

A variety of private development projects may be occurring throughout the City of Vancouver. For information about these projects, please visit:


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

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.