- The Port of Camas/Washougal, the cities of Camas and Washougal, and Clark County have all played significant roles in obtaining funding for this project, and will continue to provide oversight throughout its development.
- This project will widen SR 14 from two to four lanes between the NW 6th Avenue interchange and the SR 500 (Union Street) intersection, and construct a new interchange in the SR 500 (Union Street) vicinity.
- Estimated budget is $57 Million
Anticipated construction start date: 2010
- Safety:This project will provide safer access to SR 14, eliminate crossover accidents and reduce rear end accidents by consolidating access points on SR 14, and by building an interchange in the vicinity of SR 14/SR 500 (Union Street).
- Congestion relief:The added capacity created as a result of this project will reduce delays to the traveling public.
- Economic:This project will accommodate future residential, commercial and industrial growth in the corridor area.
SR 14 – Camas-Washougal Widening & Interchange
|Quarterly Project Report Update for Quarter Ending June 2007|
|Project Title & Location
SR 14/Camas Washougal – Add Lanes and Build Interchange
Widen SR 14 to 4 lanes from 6th Ave. to SR 500/Union Road to relieve congestion. Included in the project will be new bridges over the East and West Camas Sloughs and an interchange will be constructed at SR 500/Union Road. This project will reduce collisions by removing the Union Street and 2nd St. intersections, and placing median barrier on SR 14, and discontinuing left turns at 6th St.
|Environmental Impacts / Compliance
Major work activities associated with environmental documentation are anticipated to be complete by late 2007.
|Impacts to Traffic
The design team is currently assessing these impacts. The team will minimize impacts as much as possible.
|Project Milestones||Scheduled||Attained||Milestone Outlook|
|Preliminary Engineering||July 2005||December 2005|
|Environmental Documentation Complete||April 2008|
|Right of Way Certification||April 2009|
|Operationally Complete||November 2012|
|Project Cost Summary:||Dollars in
|Planned vs. Actual Expenditures
(Total Project Cost)
|Funded Project Costs||$57.0||100%|
|Nickel funds included in above costs|
|2005 Transportation Partnership Account||$57.0||100%|
For more information, go to www.wsdot.wa.gov/projects
Kevin Miller, WSDOT Area Engineer, (360) 905-1565 or e-mail: swClark@wsdot.wa.gov