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Multimodal Mobility Dashboard - Vancouver Region

Region executive summary

This dashboard includes detailed multimodal mobility analyses of three urban highway corridors in the Vancouver region, Interstate 5 between the Interstate Bridge and the I-205 interchange, Interstate 205 between the Glenn Jackson Bridge and the I-5 interchange and State Route 14 between the I-5 interchange and Camas. The peak periods for all corridors in the Vancouver region are defined as 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. (morning peak) and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (evening peak).

2019 Highlights

  • Approximately 701.7 million person miles were traveled on the I-5, I-205 and SR 14 corridors in the Vancouver region in 2019, down 1% from 710.6 million person miles in 2018
  • Vehicle delay on the I-5, I-205 and SR 14 corridors in the Vancouver region increased 19% from 187,000 hours in 2018 to 222,000 hours in 2019
  • During the southbound morning commute in 2019, buses (0.5% of all vehicles) moved 7.7% of travelers on I-5 at the Interstate Bridge
  • In 2019, both Oregon and Washington dedicated funding to restart work to replace the I-5 Interstate Bridge over the Columbia River
  • WSDOT completed multiple Practical Solutions and Low Cost Enhancement projects in 2019 that impacted highway travel in the Vancouver region

For additional details on the Vancouver region project highlights, visit 2019 Region Highlights

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Interstate 5

The Interstate 5 corridor in the Vancouver region runs between the Interstate Bridge over the Columbia River and the I-205 interchange. It is a key commute and economic corridor in the region. WSDOT classifies the I-5 corridor between the Interstate Bridge and the I-205 interchange as a T-1 freight corridor, meaning that trucks carry more than 10 million tons of freight on this corridor annually. The I-5 corridor is served by transit buses and is also paralleled by the Amtrak Cascades passenger rail line. Click the green bar below for more information on Interstate 5 multimodal mobility analysis.

Go to Interstate 5 Multimodal Mobility Analysis page
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Interstate 205

Interstate 205 is a key commute and economic corridor in the Vancouver region, running from the Glenn Jackson Bridge over the Columbia River to the I-5 interchange. WSDOT classifies this corridor as a T-1 freight corridor, meaning that trucks carry more than 10 million tons of freight on this corridor annually. The I-205 corridor is served by transit buses. Click the green bar below for more information on Interstate 205 multimodal mobility analysis.

Go to Interstate 205 Multimodal Mobility Analysis page
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State Route 14

State Route 14 runs along the north bank of the Columbia River, and is a key commute and economic corridor in the Vancouver region. WSDOT classifies the SR 14 corridor between Camas and the I-5 interchange as a T-1 freight corridor, meaning that trucks carry more than 10 million tons of freight on this corridor annually. The corridor is served by transit buses. Click the green bar below for more information on State Route 14 multimodal mobility analysis.

Go to State Route 14 Multimodal Mobility Analysis page
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