The Transportation Improvement Program represents the county's transportation priorities for a six-year time period and identifies road, bridge, bicycle and pedestrian improvements throughout the community. Clark County updates the Transportation Improvement Program every year.
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Regional Transportation Council
- Dale Robins - email@example.com
Clark County Public Works
- Laura Hoggatt - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Christopher Carle - email@example.com
- John McSherry - firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Vancouver
- Chris Malone - email@example.com
Northeast 119th Street can carry more traffic after it was widened to five lanes east of Northeast 72nd Avenue in 2014-2016.
A school bus uses an upgraded section of Northeast 119th Street.
Limited resources, combined with increasing transportation demands, make the six-year program essential to achieve the goals and objectives of the county Comprehensive Growth Management Plan.
The documents listed below are all PDFs.
- Adopted 2022-2027 Transportation Improvement Program
- Amended 2022 Annual Construction Program
- County Engineer's Note
- 2022-2027 Transportation Improvement Program project map
- Traffic impact fee maps
- Project index by priority and alphabetically
- 2022-2027 projects (funding within six years)
- Public involvement in the Transportation Improvement Program
- Economic Feasibility Study for I-5/179th Interchange Area Development
The Board of County Councilors adopts the Transportation Improvement Program each year. The document includes all scheduled road, bridge and other transportation projects for the following six-year period.
Early work on Northeast 10th Avenue bridge construction and roadway improvements, July 2017.