The closure is expected to last at least 20 days but may be extended as needed
VANCOUVER – The intersection of Northeast 99th Street and Northeast 94th Avenue will be closed beginning Mon., Sept. 26. The closure is expected to last at least 20 days but may be extended as needed. Exact start and end dates of the closure are weather dependent.
Drivers will be diverted onto a detour route. To reduce the impact of increased traffic along the detour route, the contractor will place temporary asphalt speed bumps along the detour route prior to the start of the closure. The temporary speed bumps will be removed by the contractor as soon as the closure ends and the detour is no longer needed.
The closure will allow a contractor to make necessary utility upgrades to prepare for future construction of a roundabout at the intersection. Construction of a roundabout is part of a larger project to improve traffic circulation on Northeast 99th Street between Northeast 94th Avenue and Northeast 117th Avenue (SR-503). The project at Northeast 94th Avenue will connect Northeast 99th Street between Northeast 94th Avenue and Northeast 105th Avenue, at the north end of the closed Leichner Landfill. Future improvements in the area include construction of roundabouts at the intersections of Northeast 99th Street with Northeast 107th Avenue and Northeast 110th Avenue/112th Avenue. Residents can learn more about the Northeast 99th Street corridor improvements and related projects at clark.wa.gov/public-works/ne-99th-street.
To receive information about road and park projects, closures, opportunities for community input, and more, residents can follow Public Works on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and view information on Nextdoor.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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