Changes coming to Washington Street travel during Vancouver development project construction

Construction of the final South Tower at Vancouvercenter will also result in temporary closure of three adjacent parking spaces and the sidewalk directly along the west side of the development

VANCOUVER — The far right lane of Washington Street in Vancouver will be closed between West 7th and West 6th streets starting today (Mon., June 3), as part of a private development construction project.

Private development project to impact one lane and sidewalk along Washington in Vancouver. Map courtesy of city of Vancouver
Private development project to impact one lane and sidewalk along Washington in Vancouver. Map courtesy of city of Vancouver

Construction of the final South Tower at Vancouvercenter will also result in temporary closure of three adjacent parking spaces and the sidewalk directly along the west side of the development.

At this location, Washington is a one-way street with three lanes, all supporting southbound traffic. The lane closure affects the lane on the far right, also to the west. In addition to the closures, drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists should be alert to flaggers, workers and equipment in the construction zone.

The closures are expected to remain in place until project completion, anticipated for late summer or early fall of 2020.  More information about the private development project can be found here: www.cityofvancouver.us/node/39006.

Information provided by city of Vancouver.

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