International Way Grade Separation Project

International Way provides access to the Port's administrative office, the Port's tenants' facilities and neighboring industries and currently requires passing through an at-grade rail crossing. At this intersection, rail traffic occasionally disrupts vehicle traffic entering or exiting Port property. Congestion in the area is expected to increase as the Port continues to grow.

The Port recently completed a transportation analysis to better inform infrastructure investments and prepare for anticipated growth. The study identified the need for an overpass as the Port continues to expand. Building an overpass will improve traffic flows that benefit freight mobility, ensure access for emergency services and provide a safe route for vehicular traffic.

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OPEN HOUSE - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2023 at 4PM

You are invited to share your opinion on the Port's proposed International Way Grade Separation Project. View the preferred project alternatives, share feedback and talk with Port staff and consultants at the Port's office located at 10 International Way in Longview. 

PROJECT AREA

International Way Grade Separation Project Area

PROJECT DRAWINGS

Overpass drawings