You’re invited to provide WSDOT with feedback on the concepts being considered to improve safety along SR 500 between St. Johns Road and Northeast Andresen Road.
State Route 500 is an important east-west connection between I-5 and I-205 and a gateway into east Clark County. This study will identify potential concepts that would help improve safety and travel times on SR 500 between St. Johns Road and Northeast Andresen Road, while maintaining bicycle and pedestrian access across the highway.
The purpose of this online open house is to provide an opportunity for you to learn about the study, see the concepts we’re considering, and complete a survey to provide your feedback. The online open house and survey will be open from May 3 through May 25 and is a companion to the in-person open house on May 3, 2018.
This study is being conducted in coordination with local partners including the City of Vancouver, Clark County, C-TRAN and the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council, along with significant input from the community. WSDOT will use the results of the study to select a preferred concept and seek funding for implementation.
Thank you for participating!
How to use this online open house
To advance through this open house, scroll down to read each page, then either click the “Go to Next Page” button at the bottom of the page or select the tab you want at the top.
The survey questions are on the “Overview” and “Concepts” pages.
If you would like a response to a specific question, write to Judith Perez at PerezJud@wsdot.wa.gov