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Expect overnight closures along Highway 14 beginning Monday, May 20

By Dylan Jefferies, Columbian staff writer
Published: May 16, 2024, 5:55am

Starting Monday, state Highway 14 will be closed for three nights in both directions between Interstate 205 and Southeast 164th Avenue.

The closures will occur between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. each night.

During the closures, crews with the Washington State Department of Transportation will install three sign bridges.

All eastbound lanes of Highway 14 will be closed after the exit to Interstate 205. Travelers can exit the highway at either Exit 5 for Southeast Ellsworth Road or Exit 6 for I-205. All westbound lanes of Highway 14 will be closed just after the Southeast 164th Avenue exit, and all travelers will exit using Exit 8 for Southeast 164th. The onramps from both directions of Southeast 164th Avenue to westbound Highway 14 will also be closed.

The I-205 offramps to eastbound Highway 14 will be closed at Exit 27 for Highway 14/Camas in both directions of I-205. The offramps to westbound Highway 14 will remain open.

Drivers will not be able to use Southeast Evergreen Highway as a detour. Southeast Evergreen Highway will be closed between Southeast Ellsworth and Southeast 164th Avenue and only open to local residents.

Travelers can receive real-time information from WSDOT using its mobile app or travel map or by signing up for email updates and alerts.