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City of Vancouver's SE 1st Street


SE 1st Street

SE 164th Avenue to SE 177th Avenue

FY 2020 Urban Arterial Program
Current Phase : Construction
Total TIB Funding : $2,825,424

County: Clark   |   Legislative District: 17   |   Project Length: 0.65   |   TIB Engineer: Chris Langhoff   |   Last Payment Date: 02/07/2023

Project Information

Funding Year 2020
Program UAP
Current Phase Construction
Legislative District 17, 18
Congressional District 3
Federal Route Number 4266
Project Length 0.65 mi.
ADT 12,000
Functional Class Principal
Type of Work Major Widening
Project Contact Ryan Lopossa
Contact Email
TIB Engineer Chris Langhoff
Last Payment Date 02/07/2023

Project Schedule

  Target Date Actual Date
Project Selection Date   11/16/2018
Delayed Project Date 07/01/2023  
Predesign Approval
Design Approval 01/01/2019 12/27/2018
Bid Auth. Approval 03/01/2021 03/01/2021
Construction Approval 09/01/2021 09/23/2021
Project Closeout 03/31/2023
Audit Date  
Withdrawn Date  

Project Funding

TIB Funds Project Costs
Environmental Study 0 0
Design Study 0 0
Total Predesign 0 0
Special Study 0 0
Design 0 0
Right of Way 0 0
Total Design 0 0
Construction Engineering 391,304 1,140,000
Construction Contract 2,608,696 9,804,587
Other Construction 0 0
Total Construction 3,000,000 10,944,587
Funding Surplus - 174,576  
Total TIB Funding 2,825,424 10,944,587

Local Funding Partners

Funding Amount Percent
VANCOUVER 6,261,563 57.2%
WSDOT Funding 0 0.0%
Federal Funding  1,857,600 16.2%
Total Local Funding 8,119,163 73.4%

Project Description

This project will finish the western half of the SE 1st Street corridor between SE 164th and 192nd Avenues, connecting to recently installed improvements east of 192nd Ave. The design is anticipated to include an access-restricted three-lane section for motor vehicles between approximately 168th and 176th Aves., where the right-of-way is narrow (approx. 60'), existing homes are right up against the right-of-way, and BPA transmission structures line the south side of the road. The design includes protected facilities for people walking and biking, with a proposed landscaping strip separating a five-foot pervious concrete bike path and a six-foot concrete sidewalk from the street. East of roughly 176th Ave., the roadway will be five motor vehicle lanes with bike lanes and detached sidewalks, and possibly additional lanes at the approaches to 192nd (when the eastern half of the corridor is completed) and 164th Aves. Today the roadway is two motor vehicle lanes with gravel shoulders in most areas, although there are spot frontage improvements where development has occurred. Hazardous roadside fixed objects are omnipresent off the gravel shoulder.

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Project Delays

Delay Type Resolution Date Comments

No delayed project history.

Project Payments