Online survey for project at Northeast 182nd Avenue open through Dec. 22
VANCOUVER – Community members who travel in east Clark County are invited to provide input to help determine how crews will close State Route 500/Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard during construction of a new compact roundabout at Northeast 182nd Avenue in summer 2022.
A compact roundabout at this location offers safety benefits by reducing severe collisions while also keeping traffic moving through the intersection. To provide a safe work area for crews and travelers during construction, Washington State Department of Transportation contractor crews will need to fully close the intersection of SR 500 and Northeast 182nd Avenue. To help determine the timing and length of closures that are least disruptive for the community, WSDOT needs input from travelers about how they use the intersection.
Northeast 182nd roundabout online survey
When: Wed., Dec. 8 through Wed., Dec. 22
Details: WSDOT is collecting feedback in a survey to best understand how the traveling public uses the SR 500 and Northeast 182nd Avenue intersection. Information gathered will help WSDOT develop closure options that work best for the community during the construction of the new compact roundabout coming next year.
Free WiFi access is available at these locations for people who wish to participate in the online survey:
- Vancouver Mall Community Library, 8700 NE Vancouver Mall Drive, Vancouver
- Fort Vancouver Regional Library Operations Center, 1007 E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver
Input and comments are also welcome by phone or email to Susan Fell, email@example.com 360-905-1500 or by mail to: WSDOT’s Clark County Engineering office, 11018 NE 51st Circle, Vancouver, WA 98682.
This $1.4 million project is scheduled to be completed in the fall.
People interested in learning more about this and other WSDOT work in Clark County can sign up to receive email notifications.