Security enhancements embrace slower speeds and elimination of passing zones
CLARK COUNTY – Starting Tuesday (July 5), vacationers ought to anticipate delays throughout paving work on an almost 10-mile stretch of Fourth Plain Boulevard, additionally known as State Route 500, between Northeast 162nd Avenue and Northeast Leadbetter Highway close to Camas.
Along with a safer, smoother roadway to protect SR 500, velocity limits are being lowered to sluggish visitors down within the hall and passing zones are being eradicated to enhance security for folks touring on the freeway.
Contractor crews working for the Washington State Division of Transportation will pave each instructions throughout a two-month interval. Starting July 5, folks touring on this portion of SR 500 ought to plan for:
- Delays as much as 20 minutes.
- Daytime and nighttime closures.
- Journey restricted to a single lane.
- A pilot automobile to escort vacationers via the work zone.
- Residents whose driveways hook up with this part of Fourth Plain Boulevard must be ready to attend for a pilot automobile to navigate them via the work zone.
Velocity discount and passing zones
Starting June 28, new everlasting regulatory velocity restrict signing has lowered the velocity restrict to:
- 40 mph between Northeast 162nd and Northeast 166th avenues in Vancouver.
- 45 mph between Northeast 166th Avenue and Robinson Highway close to Camas.
- 35 mph between Robinson Highway and close to Southeast Fifth Road in Camas.
When the paving challenge finishes in August, all current passing zones shall be closed from Northeast 166th Avenue to Northeast Hathaway Highway, eradicating all passing alternatives on the hall.
Data offered by Washington State Division of Transportation.