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The project will add lanes an rebuild structures beginning at Mile Point 76.15, ending at Mile Point 81.21. The current conditions of this section of I-5 between the cities of Centralia and Chehalis are at capacity with existing demand. This is the last segment of I-5 in the Chehalis/Centralia area slated for capacity and safety improvements.
Organization: SW Washington (RTPO)
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 6/24/2013
This project will improve the 119th Street corridor to arterial standard. The road improvements will include four travel lanes, a center left turn lane/median, bicycle lanes, and sidewalks. The first segment, 72nd Av. to Curtin Creek will go to construction in 2014.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
This project will finish the SE 1st Street/Lake Road corridor between 164th Avenue and 192nd Avenue. The The project will include 3 lane section between approximately 168th and 176th Ave. where the right-of-way is narrow. East of roughly 176th Av. the roadway will be 5 lanes with bike lanes and detached sidewalks, the intersections of 192nd and 164th Avenues will include additional approach lanes.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
The NE 94th Avenue/Padden Parkway intersection project will complete a major improvement at the intersection to accomodate existing traffic volumes and improve safety. Improvements include upgrading traffic signal, adding turn lanes and acceleration lanes, and improving non-motorized travel.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Build a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) link between downtown Vancouver and Westfield Vancouver Mall, along the Fourth Plain corridor. With possible future connections eastward to Sifton. A Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) for the Fourth Plain corridor has been selected, and C-TRAN is preparing to enter into the project development phase.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Convert/upgrade existing rural-standard two-lane roadway to urban principal arterial standard including minimum two travel lanes, center turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, landscaping, lighting and traffic control. This project includes construction of a regional multi-use path on south side of roadway. Provide a direct link to future I-205 interchange. Interchange construction to begin in 2014.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
Convert/upgrade existing rural-standard two-lane roadway to urban minor arterial standard including minimum two travel lanes, center turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, landscaping, lighting and traffic control.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusActive Updated: 2/4/2013
This project will include the construction of a replacement concrete segmental box girder bridge over the Columbia River, between White Salmon, Washington and Hood River, Oregon. The new bridge would provide for a wider and safer crossing, be more environmental friendly, and provide multimodal options for walking or biking across the bridge. The bridge would include a wider main span of 500 feet that will significantly improve the navigation clearance. A Draft Environmental Impact Statement...
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Modernize
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
The intent of this project is to reconstruct the intersection of SR 503/Padden Parkway as an interchange. Removing this signalized at-grade intersection will help to improve capacity and safety. This intersection is an identified bottleneck/chokepoint.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
This project will construct a fly-over to allow for free flowing operations of SR 500/SR 503 thru traffic. Due to the high vehicular demand, this intersection experiences long delays and queues. Removing this at-grade intersection will help to improve travel times and safety. This intersection is an identified bottleneck/chokepoint.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
This project will widen SR 14 to carry 4 lanes of traffic, as well as limit access along the corridor. Performing these improvements will increase the capacity of the roadway which will lead to lower congestion. Removal of the at-grade intersections will eliminate several conflict points along the corridor.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
This project will construct a signalized at-grade intersections along Padden Parkway just west of Interstate 205 interchange with Padden Parkway. The intersection of Padden Parkway and Andresen Road will be reconstructed as a grade-separated intersection. By grade separating this intersection, this corridor will have improved continuity and reduced delay.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
The project will upgrade the corridor to urban standards and provide a critical north-south connection in east Vancouver. The project will improve a bottleneck in the 162nd Avenue corridor, by matching the lane configuration to that north and south of project. Project will provide 3 travel lanes in each direction with center medium, bike lanes, and pedestrian facilities.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
WSDOT will partner with Clark County to complete the Salmon Creek Interchange Project which will widen NE 134th Street structure over I-205 and construct ramps to I-205 southbound. The traffic demand in this area exceeds the capacity of the existing interchange. Queues from the ramp terminals often have an impact on Interstate operations. Reconstructing this interchange will increase its capacity, allowing it to accommodate the existing traffic demand. Queues from the ramp terminals are...
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
This project will complete a split diamond interchange system at 18th Street and 28th Street. A connector road will be constructed between 18th St. and 28th St. In addition, a half diamond interchange will be built at 28th Street with braided ramps over the ramps to/from SR 500. It is anticipated that this will reduce congestion and improve safety.
Organization: SW Washington RTC
Category: Expand
StatusProposed Updated: 1/18/2013
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