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SR 14 - I-205 to SE 164th Avenue Auxiliary Lanes

Project overview

With more traffic using State Route 14 than ever before, this project will construct new lanes of travel on both directions of SR 14 between I-205 and Southeast 164th Avenue in Vancouver to help ease congestion and improve travel reliability.

Timeline
Fall 2017 - Summer 2023
Project status
Not started
Funding
$25 Million
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What to expect

Travelers on both directions of SR 14 will be shifted to narrow lanes of travel, and experience slight delays while crews work to construct new travel lanes and widen shoulders throughout the length of the project. Travelers should reduce speeds and watch for work crews when traveling through the work zone.   

In response to increasing travel delays on State Route 14 during peak commute hours in east Vancouver,  this project works to improve travel times on a consistent basis from the SR 14/I-205 Interchange to Southeast 164th Avenue. This stretch of SR 14 is often a bottleneck during peak commute times, with substantial traffic merging at the SR 14/I-205 Interchange and at SE 164th Avenue. This project will address safety, congestion and inconsistent travel times along the corridor.