Night closure of southbound Interstate 5 Bridge scheduled for Sat., Aug. 24

Two northbound lanes will also close for three nights starting Fri., Aug. 16

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All lanes on the southbound span of the Interstate Bridge will close the night of Sat., Aug. 24 for maintenance, one of several night closures on the bridge this month.

Night closure of southbound Interstate 5 Bridge scheduled for Sat., Aug. 24
All lanes on the southbound span of the Interstate Bridge will close the night of Sat., Aug. 24 for maintenance, one of several night closures on the bridge this month. In addition, the middle and right lanes on the northbound span of Interstate 5 will close on three nights starting Fri., Aug. 16. Photo by Mike Schultz

In addition, the middle and right lanes on the northbound span of Interstate 5 will close on three nights starting Fri., Aug. 16.

Here is the closure schedule.

  • The right and middle lanes of the northbound span will close at 11 p.m. on three consecutive nights, Fri., Aug. 16, Sat., Aug. 17 and Sun., Aug. 18, with the lanes open again by 6 a.m. Mon., Aug. 19. The sidewalk on the northbound span will also be closed during these times. The northbound left lane will remain open. The Jantzen Beach on-ramp to northbound I-5 will be closed during the same hours. Crews will repair and replace overhead signs, replace lights and make pavement repairs.
  • All lanes of the southbound span will be closed from 10 p.m. Sat., Aug. 24 until 6 a.m. Sun., Aug. 25 for bridge work. Oregon-bound travelers should take Washington SR 14 east to I-205 and the Glenn Jackson Bridge south into Oregon. The sidewalk on the southbound span will be closed during this time as well.

During the closure of the northbound lanes, the ramp from the bridge to eastbound SR 14 will close as well for maintenance work.

The Interstate Bridge is owned by Oregon and Washington and maintained and operated by ODOT. The northbound span opened in 1917 and the southbound span in 1958.

Information provided by Washington State Department of Transportation.

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