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Clark County road work gets into gear

WSDOT stays busy with projects on I-5, Mill Plain corridor

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Signs and caution tape are common sights along the Mill Plain corridor lately due to an ongoing WSDOT project aimed at setting up the corridor to better accommodate freight traffic and adding new bike and pedestrian infrastructure.
Signs and caution tape are common sights along the Mill Plain corridor lately due to an ongoing WSDOT project aimed at setting up the corridor to better accommodate freight traffic and adding new bike and pedestrian infrastructure. (Joshua Hart/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Washington State Department of Transportation officials say they’re in the midst of a busy summer packed with repair projects and maintenance work on Southwest Washington roadways, and local motorists should try to stay on top of big upcoming projects and prepare to deal with occasional delays.

The region was lucky enough to make it through the late June heat wave without any significant roadway damage, according to WSDOT public information officer Kelly Hanahan, but the agency still has its hands full keeping up with maintenance work in Clark County and the surrounding counties.

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Columbian business reporter