March 8 - March 15, 2014*
*Schedules are subject to change due to weather and site conditions.
Oregon Highway 99E (McLoughlin Boulevard) Naef Road to Clackamas River Bridge
Project Description: This project was designed to preserve the roadway on OR 99E (McLoughlin Boulevard) between Naef Road and the Clackamas River Bridge. The purpose of this project is to address the failing sections of roadway on OR 99E by repairing the pavement and preserving it for years to come.
Project elements include:
- Rebuilding sections of the road on OR 99E under the pavement
- Repaving the roadway on OR 99E between Roethe Road and the Clackamas River Bridge
- Connecting sidewalks in multiple locations
- Improving sub-standard handicap ramps in multiple locations
- Striping bike lanes
- Connecting the traffic signals to improve traffic flow
The electrical contractor, Sundown Electric, has started the underground electrical work for traffic signal timing and sidewalk work will follow. The signal detection loops will be installed and connected to the new signal timing system after the highway paving is completed.
After the sidewalks and curbs are complete, Oregon Mainline Paving and several of their sub-contractors will begin paving the road in the spring of 2014. The travel lanes and bike lanes will be striped and legends installed after the paving is complete. The contractor will complete all work by fall 2014.
Traffic Impacts: Expect shoulder closures on both northbound and southbound OR 99E (McLoughlin Boulevard) any time of the day or night Monday through Friday. Single Lane closures will occur Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Oregon Highway 99E (Pacific Highway East) at Elm, Grant and Ivy Streets
Project description: This project will improve the traffic signals on Oregon Highway 99E (Pacific Highway E) in Canby at the intersections of Elm, Grant and Ivy Streets. Construction begins Monday, March 3 and is expected to be complete in summer 2014.
The project includes the following improvements at the intersections of Elm Street, Grant Street and Ivy Street:
Upgrading traffic signals to include improving signal timing
Installing new signal poles - no more ugly span wires hanging over the highway
Constructing new ADA ramps at the four corners of each intersection
Traffic Impacts: Expect single lane closures from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday to install new signal equipment and ADA ramps at Elm, Grant and Ivy. Shoulder closures can occur anytime during the day and night seven days a week. Be alert to flaggers in the work zones.