Closures the result of traffic signal upgrade project
VANCOUVER – Drivers throughout Clark County can expect intermittent single-lane closures and delays as work begins to upgrade traffic signals and equipment.
Beginning Jan. 1, crews with Clark County Public Works’ contractor, Mill Plain Electric, will improve existing traffic signal systems, upgrade and relocate existing school zone flashing lights and repair damaged signal systems and fiber optic lines.
This work will be performed intermittently at 10 locations:
• Northeast 47th Avenue at Northeast Minnehaha Street
• Northeast 13th Avenue at Northeast 78th Street
• Northeast 10th Avenue at Northeast 199th Street
• Northeast Tenney Road at Northeast 139th Street
• Northeast 16th Avenue at Northeast 78th Street
• Northeast 58th Avenue at Northeast 78th Street
• York Elementary School – Northeast 152nd Avenue
• Pleasant Valley Primary School – Northeast 50th Avenue
• Northwest Lakeshore Avenue at Northwest 78th Street
Northeast 78th Street from Northeast Highway 99 to Northeast St. Johns Road
The work on Northeast 78th Street from Northeast Highway 99 to Northeast St. Johns Road involves repair to fiber optic lines, requiring temporary sidewalk closures.
The contractors will complete the work as materials and resources become available, so last-minute changes to scheduled locations may occur. This type of signal work is typically complete within one to three days, so drivers should not expect lengthy delays.
Stay up-to-date on this, and other projects in the county by visiting the Public Works website at www.clark.wa.gov/public-works
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.