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U.S. 26: E. Burnside to S.E. Cherryville Drive

Project Summary  
This project re-paved nearly 12 miles of U.S. 26 between E. Burnside Street (in Gresham) and S.E. Cherryville Drive (in the community of Cherryville).  The project also added rumble strips on U.S. 26 between SE Luzon Lane and SE Cherryville Drive and paving the OR 212 ramps to and from U.S. 26.
To download a printable project fact sheet, click here.
Latest News  
August 2011
Contractor Knife River Construction has finished all work on this project.

Project Details
/ODOT/HWY/REGION1/mthood/us26_burn_cherry.jpgAreas of pavement along U.S. 26 between E. Burnside and S.E. Cherryville were fatigued and in need of rehabilitation; rutting and potholes also existed in certain areas.  This project:
  • Re-paved and striped U.S. 26 from:
    • E. Burnside (milepost 14.2) to the west city limits of Sandy (milepost 22.5)
    • S.E. Luzon Lane (milepost 26.3) to S.E. Cherryville Drive (milepost 30.4), with the exception of one-half mile near Shorty's Corner
  • Re-paved and striped the Highway 212 (Clackamas-Boring Highway) ramps to and from U.S. 26.
  • Installed rumble strips (which alert drivers when they drift from their lane) on U.S. 26 between S.E. Luzon Lane (milepost 26.3) and S.E. Cherryville Drive (milepost 30.4).
To download a printable project fact sheet, click here.

Project Timeline
ODOT awarded the construction contract to Knife River Construction in July 2010.  Construction took place over two seasons. The first construction season began August 23, 2010 and wrapped up in fall 2010. Work during the second construction season began in April 2011 and was completed in August 2011. 


Kimberly Dinwiddie

ODOT Community Affairs
(503) 731-8281