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Open House: Community input sought for SR 14 improvement project in Vancouver

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 11:42

Tamara Greenwell, communications, 360-905-2056

VANCOUVER – Community members are invited to learn more about future improvements on State Route 14 between Interstate 205 and Southeast 164th Avenue at an open house next week.

In response to increasing congestion on SR 14 during peak commute hours, the Washington State Department of Transportation is working on a project to improve trip reliability and travel speeds in a busy section of the corridor.

Open House information

When:      4 – 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27

Where:     C-TRAN Fisher's Landing Transit Center

                     3510 SE 164th Avenue, Vancouver

                     Rose F. Besserman Community Room

Details:    There is no formal presentation. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with WSDOT staff to discuss the project, ask questions and give feedback.

Representatives from C-TRAN will also be on hand to discuss service changes, which includes using the highway shoulders on SR 14 during congested periods when travel speeds drop below 35 mph.

Those who are interested, but are unable to attend the WSDOT open house can provide input about the project by filling out a brief online survey.

Construction on this $25 million project is slated to begin in 2020. 

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