Washington State Route 14

Washington State Route 14

State Route 14 marker

State Route 14
Route information
Defined by RCW 47.17.060
Maintained by WSDOT
Length: 180.68 mi[1] (290.78 km)
Existed: 1968 – present
Major junctions
West end: I-5.svg I-5 in Vancouver
  I-205.svg I-205 in Vancouver
WA-500.svg SR 500 in Camas
WA-141.svg SR 141 in Bingen
WA-142.svg SR 142 in Lyle
US 197.svg US 197 near Dallesport
US 97.svg US 97 in Maryhill
WA-221.svg SR 221 in Paterson
East end: I-82.svgUS 395.svg I-82/US 395 in Plymouth
Highway system

State highways in Washington
Interstate • US • State
Former PSH • 1964 renumbering • Former SR

US 12 SR 16

State Route 14, also called the Lewis and Clark Highway, is a state highway in Washington. It extends for approximately 180 miles (290 km) from a junction with Interstate 5 in Vancouver in the west, to a junction with Interstate 82 and U.S. Route 395 in the east; just across the state line from Umatilla, Oregon, and south of Kennewick.


Route description

State Route 14 originates in downtown Vancouver at a junction with Interstate 5 just north of the Interstate Bridge. It proceeds east as a freeway for approximately 18 miles (29 km) until it reaches the city of Camas, at which point it becomes a two-lane road. It then continues east along the north bank of the Columbia River (through the Columbia River Gorge) for the remainder of its journey.

Other than the stretch of freeway in Clark County, SR 14 is a two-lane highway which often runs along steep bluffs as high as 800 feet (240 m) through the Columbia Gorge, where frequent high winds can be a driving hazard. At the town of Lyle the forest scenery gives way to arid grasslands in a remarkably rapid transition.


The stretch of SR 14 between Vancouver and Maryhill was formerly designated as U.S. Route 830. The section east of Maryhill was formerly designated as State Route 12.

In 1967, U.S. Route 12 was extended from Lewiston, Idaho, into Washington state along what had been State Route 14 from near Centralia to Naches. At that point, what had been State Route 12 was redesignated State Route 14.

In 1968, U.S. Route 830 was dropped from the U.S. Highway System, and State Route 14 was extended west to Vancouver.

Prior to the 1964 renumbering, current State Route 14 from Vancouver to Maryhill had been a part of Primary State Highway 8, and east of Maryhill was the Maryhill-Kennewick branch of PSH 8. Former State Route 14 from Centralia to Naches was part of Primary State Highway 5.

Major intersections

County Location Mile[1] # Destinations Notes
Clark Vancouver 0.00 I-5 south – Portland Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
0.00 C Street, 8th Street-Vancouver City Center Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
0.00 I-5 north – Seattle Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
1.04 1 Southeast Columbia Way – Vancouver National Historic Reserve
3.00 3 Evergreen Boulevard, Riverside Drive
4.36 4 Lieser Road, Southeast 88th Avenue
5.58 5 Southeast Ellsworth Road Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
6.09 6 I-205 to I-84 – Seattle, Northeast Portland, Salem
8.53 8 Southeast 164th Avenue
10.10 10 Southeast 192nd Avenue
East end of freeway
Camas 12.33 12
SR 14 Bus. east (Sixth Avenue) / Norwood Street – Camas
14.64 SR 500 west
Washougal 16.11 15th Street – Washougal Former SR 140
SR 14 Bus. west (Evergreen Boulevard) – Washougal
Skamania 26.20 Canyon Creek Road Former SR 140
41.48 Bridge of the GodsCascade Locks
Klickitat 63.45
SR 141 Spur – Trout Lake
White Salmon 64.99 Hood River BridgeHood River
Bingen 66.32 SR 141 north – White Salmon, Trout Lake
Lyle 75.78 SR 142 east – Klickitat, Goldendale
83.44 US 197 south – The Dalles
100.93 US 97 north – Goldendale, Yakima West end of US 97 overlap
101.35 US 97 south to I-84Bend East end of US 97 overlap
Benton Paterson 167.16 SR 221 north – Prosser
179.87 Plymouth Road – Plymouth Former SR 143
180.68 I-82 (US 395) – Kennewick, Umatilla, Pendleton Interchange


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