Single-lane traffic coming Saturday to Highway 99 and NE 99th Street intersection


Drivers can expect single-lane traffic and delays in all directions near the project location

VANCOUVER – Contractor crews with Clark County Public Works will reduce the number of lanes to one lane in each direction at the intersection of Highway 99 and Northeast 99th Street the morning of Sat., Jan. 30.

During that morning, drivers can expect single-lane traffic and delays in all directions near the project location. The intersection will be controlled with flaggers.

Contractor crews with Clark County Public Works will reduce the number of lanes to one lane in each direction at the intersection of Highway 99 and Northeast 99th Street the morning of Sat., Jan. 30. Photo by Mike Schultz
Contractor crews with Clark County Public Works will reduce the number of lanes to one lane in each direction at the intersection of Highway 99 and Northeast 99th Street the morning of Sat., Jan. 30. Photo by Mike Schultz

Drivers can also anticipate single-lane closures during non-peak hours on southbound Highway 99 and westbound Northeast 99th Street during the week preceding the intersection lane reductions.

This work is being completed as a part of a project to widen and improve the northwest corner of the Highway 99 and Northeast 99th Street intersection.

Stay up to date with the latest Clark County construction information by visiting our website: https://clark.wa.gov/public-works/construction-traffic-delays. You can also find real-time information on the Public Works Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, and on NextDoor.

Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.

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