During construction, travelers should expect nighttime, single and double-lane closures, as well as intermittent on- and off-ramp closures
VANCOUVER — Travelers who use State Route 14 between Southeast 164th Avenue and Northwest 6th Avenue in east Clark County should be prepared for overnight delays beginning Mon., July 8 as work begins to repair and repave this 3.5-mile stretch of the highway.
During construction, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will repave the highway, smooth ruts, seal cracks, restripe, and remove and replace guardrail throughout the work zone. Performing this work will extend the useful life of the highway, improve safety and provide a smoother ride for travelers.
During construction, travelers should expect nighttime, single and double-lane closures, as well as intermittent on- and off-ramp closures. Travelers should plan to use an alternate route when one of the on- or off-ramps are closed. The speed limit will also be reduced to 50 miles per hour through the work zone during construction hours.
- Mon., July 8 to Fri., July 19: Single- and double-lane closures will be in place nightly Monday through Friday between 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. along portions of both directions of SR 14 between mileposts 8.5 and 12.1. Intermittent ramp closures are possible nightly from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. at the following locations:
- Eastbound on-ramp from NE 164th Ave to SR 14
- Westbound off-ramp from SR 14 to NE 164th Ave
- Eastbound and westbound on- and off-ramps at NE 192nd Ave
- NOTE: Traffic impacts for the remainder of the construction are yet to be determined.
- NOTE: This work is weather dependent.
Information provided by Washington State Department of Transportation.