Significant delays expected this weekend on southbound I-5 through Woodland

This weekend, significant congestion is expected in the afternoons and evenings during lane closures for a nearly two-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between the East Fork Lewis River and North Fork Lewis River

WOODLAND – Travelers who use southbound Interstate 5 through Woodland should plan ahead for lengthy delays and lane closures this weekend in north Clark County.

This weekend, significant congestion is expected in the afternoons and evenings during lane closures for a nearly two-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between the East Fork Lewis River and North Fork Lewis River. File photo
This weekend, significant congestion is expected in the afternoons and evenings during lane closures for a nearly two-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between the East Fork Lewis River and North Fork Lewis River. File photo

This weekend, Fri., Aug. 20 through Sun., Aug. 22, significant congestion is expected in the afternoons and evenings during lane closures for a nearly two-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between the East Fork Lewis River and North Fork Lewis River.  On Sun., Aug. 15, Washington State Department of Transportation contractors began work on 21 days of concrete pavement rehabilitation on southbound I-5, requiring daytime and nighttime lane closures.

What to expect during construction

This weekend, significant congestion is expected in the afternoons and evenings during lane closures for a nearly two-mile stretch of southbound I-5 between the East Fork Lewis River and North Fork Lewis River.
  • Single lane closures will remain in place around the clock throughout the weekend.
  • Nighttime double lane closures may occur:
    • Fri., Aug. 20 from 9:30 p.m. to Sat., Aug. 21 8 a.m.
    • Sat., Aug. 21 8:30 p.m. to Sun., Aug. 22 9:00 a.m.
    • Sun., Aug. 22 9:30 p.m. to Mon., Aug. 23 5:15 a.m.
  • Peak congestion is expected in the afternoons and evenings this weekend.

Real-time roadway and weather information is available 24/7 via the Washington State Department of Transportation mobile app or by following the Southwest Region Twitter account.

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