Oregon Highway 212/224 –Sunrise JTA Project Update: June 23, 2016
The Sunrise Expressway and an adjacent new shared-use path will be open on Friday, July 1, 2016. Join us for a Group Bike Ride on the Shared-Use Path on Thursday, June 30.
Susan Hanson, ODOT Community Affairs, 503‐731‐3490
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Traveling the Sunrise Expressway from/to I-205 northbound Traveling the Sunrise Expressway from/to I-205 southbound
Traveling the Sunrise Expressway to/from Milwaukie Expressway Traveling the Sunrise Expressway to/from 82nd Avenue
Traveling the Sunrise Expressway to/from 82nd Drive Traveling the Sunrise Expressway to/from Ambler Drive
|Project Background Information|
Construction on the Sunrise JTA (Jobs and Transportation Act) Project Continues
Scheduled for completion in 2016, the project will address congestion and safety problems in the OR 212/224 corridor by building a new four lane highway from I-205 to 122nd Avenue and improving local roadway connections to the Lawnfield Industrial District. When completed, the project will reduce congestion, increase safety, and enhance economic development opportunities and freight mobility.
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For more information about the Sunrise JTA Project, click on the links below.
Sunrise Newsletter March 2015
Note: The closure of the segment of Lawnfield Road occurred on April 15, 2015.
Construction Impacts for Motorists
Bicycle & pedestrian improvements