In early 2014, without the necessary funding in place to move the project to construction, the Columbia River Crossing project began closing down, and was completely closed in May of that year. For more information, please see the March 7, 2014, statement from ODOT Director Matthew Garrett.
The I-5: Hayden Island IAMP was developed in conjunction with the Columbia River Crossing project (CRC) and the Hayden Island Plan, which has been adopted by the City of Portland. The IAMP reflects the CRC project design as of Nov. 25, 2009. The design of the interchange and Hayden Island streets that form a functional part of the interchange may be modified to reduce project costs and to respond to comments from the community. Recognizing the potential for design and alignment modifications, the Hayden Island IAMP does not make specific property access recommendations. Those determinations will be made once the location and design of the interchange have been selected.
Based on comments received from the public, ODOT has made some changes to the Draft IAMP.
A copy of the document and appendices can be accessed by clicking on the links below. Please note that file sizes are large and download may take several minutes.
I-5: Hayden Island Draft IAMP - Revised as of April 20, 2010
Appendix A - Hayden Island Plan
Appendix B - Circulation Scenario Traffic Analyses - Revised as of April 20, 2010
Appendix C - Circulation Scenario Evaluation - Revised as of April 20, 2010
Appendix D - Access Management Zone Proposals - Revised as of April 20, 2010
Appendix E - Access Concepts for N. Hayden Island Drive & Avenue B - Revised as of April 20, 2010
Appendix F - Findings - Revised as of April 20, 2010
Comments on the Hayden Island IAMP may be sent to HaydenIslandFeedback@odot.state.or.us. Comments may also be mailed to:
I-5: Hayden Island IAMP
c/o Talia Jacobson
ODOT Region 1
123 NW Flanders St.
Portland, OR 97209