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I-5 - Express Lanes Entrances - Electronic Sign Replacement - Photos

New electrical and fiber optic systems will be installed at 11 signs located at seven entrances to the Interstate 5 express lanes.

A large photo of the Cherry Street and 5th Avenue entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign at the Cherry Street and 5th Avenue entrance will be upgraded to an LED sign and mounted to the existing sign bracket. Pedestrian ramps at the entrance will also be restored to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines.

A large photo of the Columbia Street and 5th Avenue entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The existing sign at the Columbia Street and 5th Avenue entrance will be upgraded to an LED sign and the sign structure supporting it will be replaced. Pedestrian ramps at the entrance will also be restored to meet current ADA guidelines.

A large photo of the Pike Street and 9th Avenue entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign structure supporting two recently upgraded signs at the Pike Street and 9th Avenue entrance will be replaced and moved 10 to 15 feet north, closer to the center of the traffic island. Existing barriers will be modified. Pedestrian ramps at the entrance will also be restored to meet current ADA guidelines.

A large photo of the Stewart Street and Eastlake Avenue East entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign bracket supporting a recently upgraded sign at the Stewart Street and Eastlake Avenue East entrance will be replaced.

A large photo of one of the two sign structures at the Northeast 42nd Street and 7th Avenue Northeast entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign structure supporting a recently upgraded sign at the Northeast 42nd Street and 7th Avenue entrance will be replaced. New barriers will be installed.

A large photo of one of the two sign structures at the Northeast 42nd Street and 7th Avenue Northeast entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign structure supporting a sign at the Northeast 42nd Street and 7th Avenue entrance will be redesigned and modified to create a better viewing angle. The ramp and existing guardrails may be redesigned and modified.

A large photo of the Northeast Ravenna Boulevard entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign structure supporting a recently upgraded sign at the Northeast Ravenna Boulevard entrance will be replaced and may be moved 10 feet south, closer to the start of the HOV lane. New barriers may be installed.

A large photo of one of the two sign structures at the Lake City Way Northeast/SR 522 entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign bracket supporting a recently upgraded sign at the Lake City Way Northeast/State Route 522 entrance will be replaced.

A large photo of one of the two sign structures at the Lake City Way Northeast/SR 522 entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign structure supporting a recently upgraded sign at the Lake City Way Northeast/SR 522 entrance will be replaced and moved about 50 feet northeast, near the right shoulder of the I-5 mainline ramp. New guardrails may be installed.

A large photo of one of the two sign structures at the Northeast 103rd Street and 5th Avenue Northeast entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign structure supporting a recently upgraded sign at the Northeast 103rd Street and 1st Avenue Northeast entrance will be replaced and moved 10 feet south, away from the guardrail. Existing guardrail may be redesigned and replaced. Pedestrian ramps at the entrance will also be restored to meet current ADA guidelines.

A large photo of one of the two sign structures at the Northeast 103rd Street and 5th Avenue Northeast entrance to the I-5 express lanes.
The sign structure supporting a recently upgraded sign at the Northeast 103rd Street and 1st Avenue Northeast entrance will be replaced and moved about 40 feet northeast, closer to the intersection, to create a better viewing angle. Pedestrian ramps at the entrance will also be restored to meet current ADA guidelines.