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New roadway surface and pedestrian/bike improvements coming to SR 4 in Wahkiakum and Cowlitz counties

Travelers who use State Route 4, also known as Ocean Beach Highway, between Skamokawa in Wahkiakum County and State Route 432 in Cowlitz County will need to plan ahead to avoid delays this summer. On Monday, July 19, the Washington State Department of Transportation’s contractor Doolittle Construction, LLC will begin work to resurface a 25-mile stretch of highway by installing chip seal.

Major repair work needed on SR 506 over I-5 near Toledo could keep bridge closed for more than year

Travelers who use State Route 506 near Toledo in Lewis County will need to plan to detour around the full closure of the overpass for the foreseeable future following extensive damage to the bridge. On Tuesday, July 6, the overpass was struck by a truck with an overheight load traveling on southbound Interstate 5. Following the collision, Washington State Department of Transportation bridge inspectors closed the SR 506 overpass for the safety of the traveling public. That closure remains in effect until funding can be secured and the damaged girders can be replaced – which could take more than a year.
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Expect delays on SR 14 near Bingen for slope stabilization work this summer

People traveling through the Columbia River Gorge on State Route 14 this summer will want to plan extra travel time to their trips.
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SR 14 preservation work between Wood Creek and Alderdale Road in Klickitat County begins next week

People who use State Route 14 just east of Goldendale should plan ahead for daytime delays as work to resurface a nearly 18-mile stretch of the highway starts next week.
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A smoother ride coming to southbound I-5 in Clark County this summer

Travelers along Interstate 5 will soon say goodbye to cracks, ruts and potholes and hello to a smoother ride in northern Clark County.
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Travelers are invited to learn about future safety improvements to change how you travel in Chehalis

Travelers are invited to learn about future safety improvements to change how you travel in Chehalis Construction anticipated to start in 2023

Section of East Mill Plain Blvd. in Downtown Vancouver to close July 9-12

Roadway reconstruction work will improve travel and safety for all users

SR 14 - Wood Creek to Alderdale Rd. Vic. - Chip Seal

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US 97 - Centerville Rd. to Ski Lodge Rd. Vic. - Paving

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New stop signs installed at SR 503 Yale Bridge on June 9

Starting June 9, travelers using the State Route 503 Yale Bridge will need to come to a complete stop before crossing the bridge, which spans the Lewis River. Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will install stop signs at both the northbound and southbound ends of the single-lane structure, replacing the existing yield sign on southbound SR 503.

SR 14 - 1.7 Miles East of Bingen - Slope Stabilization

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Washington's new litter prevention campaign asks drivers to secure their vehicle loads

Washington’s new litter prevention campaign asks drivers to secure their vehicle loads to keep roadways safe and clean

Allow extra time if traveling this Memorial Day weekend

Please plan ahead for Memorial Day travel and use WSDOT travel charts and tools to help in trip planning

Improvements coming to Mill Plain Boulevard/15th Street in downtown Vancouver

Travel reliability and safety improvements are coming for travelers who walk, bike, roll or drive along East Mill Plain Boulevard (State Route 501) and East 15th Street in downtown Vancouver. Work starts Monday, May 3, and travelers should plan on extra time to reach their destinations.

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