Data will be collected that will inform future construction projects for this are
RIDGEFIELD – People traveling southbound on Interstate 5 in Ridgefield should plan ahead for delays and additional travel time.
On Wednesday, Jan. 3, Washington State Department of Transportation survey crews will close the left lane on southbound I-5 near the Clark County Event Center, to collect data that will inform future construction projects for this area.
What to expect
- Wednesday, Jan. 3: The left lane along southbound I-5 between mileposts 10 and 9.5, will be closed from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
To keep both travelers and maintenance crew safe, travelers are asked to slow down, pay attention and use caution through the work zone.
Know before you go
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- Transportation commissions form bi-state tolling subcommittee to guide tolling on I-5 BridgeThe Oregon Transportation Commission and Washington State Transportation Commission have formed a new bi-state tolling subcommittee to study and assess possible toll rates and policies for the Interstate 5 bridge.
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- Safety and mobility improvements on SR 500 in Vancouver go live Feb. 15Families in the Orchards neighborhood in Vancouver now have a safer path for walking, biking or using mobility devices to travel to school.