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Phase 1 - 502/503 Congestion Relief Project

In 1999, a new signalized intersection was installed at 12th Ave & Main St leading into the then-new Fred Meyer shopping center. At that time, officials from the city, WSDOT, and Fred Meyer recognized and agreed that the signal, with its close proximity to the SR 502/503 intersection, would one day create congestion, need to be removed, and an alternate access to the shopping center be constructed.  With a growing population and over 50,000 vehicles passing through the 502/503 intersection each day, that day has arrived.

The Phase 1 Project
There are 3 components to the project related to the signalized intersection leading to the Fred Meyer shopping area:

(A)  The extension of NW 5th Way, just north of Fred Meyer, to SR 503. This provides the additional access point to and from the shopping area with right-in and right-out access. 

(B)  Removal of the existing traffic signal at 12th Ave and Main St and the installation of a center median at that location which will restrict access to right-in and right-out traffic only.  (This will occur only after the NW 5th Way extension is complete and open to traffic.)

(C)  Extension of the left turn lane on NW 15th Ave between NW 1st Ave and Main St. This turn lane extension will add capacity for vehicles turning east on to Main St.
 Phase 1 Congestion Relief Project

Informational Open House

An informational open house will be held at the Battle Ground Fred Meyer store (east entrance) on Wednesday, July 19 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm.  City staff will be on hand with project details and maps and available to any answer questions related to this or any phase of the 502/503 Congestion Relief Project. The Battle Ground Fred Meyer is located at 401 NW 12th Ave.  

Projected Timeline
Design & Permitting: 4th Quarter 2017  (Complete)
Bid:  2nd Quarter 2017 (Complete)
Construction: 2nd-4th Quarters 2017

Project Manager
Ryan M. Jeynes, PE
Associate Civil Engineer
Contact Me

109 SW 1st St., Suite 122
Battle Ground, WA 98604

Ph: (360) 342-5078