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Oregon Highway 8 (Canyon Road/Tualatin Valley Highway)

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August 29 - September 5, 2015*

*Schedules are subject to change due to weather and site conditions.

Heavy rains Friday, August 29 and Saturday, August 30 could mean construction schedule changes and slick road surfaces in NW Oregon. Read more . . .

No work will take place between Friday, September 4 at noon and Monday, September 7 in observance of the Labor Day holiday.  ​

Oregon Highway 8 – Tualatin Valley Highway/Baseline Street – from Southwest Minter Bridge Road to Southwest 331st Avenue

Project Description: ODOT and the City of Hillsboro are partnering on a paving and utility improvement project on Oregon Highway 8 – Tualatin Valley (TV) Highway/Basel​ine Street – between Southwest Minter Bridge Road and Southwest 331st Avenue. Work on TV Highway involves grinding, reconstructing, paving, and restriping; significantly upgrading the City’s water and storm water systems; improving more than 100 ADA ramps (accessible curb ramps); and repairing and paving the Dairy Creek Bridge.

Traffic Impacts: The reconstruction work on 1st Avenue (between Baseline Street and Walnut Street) is complete.  Expect a nighttime FULL CLOSURE of 1st Avenue (between Oak Street and Walnut Street) Thursday, September 3 from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. to complete the final paving. 

Businesses in the 1st Avenue closure area can be accessed from driveways on Oak Street or 2nd Avenue. Sidewalks on 1st Avenue and crosswalks across 1st Avenue will remain open and pedestrian access maintained. Cars and bikes will be required to use an alternate route. Trucks will be detoured west on Baseline Street and Walnut Street and around via 17th Avenue. This work is weather dependent and will be rescheduled due to heavy rain.

Expect nighttime and periodic daytime lane closures on Oak Street, Baseline Street and 10th Avenue the nights of August 31 through September 3 for striping, sidewalk and driveway work.

The middle lane of Oak Street between 4th Avenue and 5th Avenue will be closed 24/7 from August 31 to the morning of September 4 for pavement work.

For more information: www.tvhwypaving.org

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