This project is located on US101 in Lincoln City, between SE23rd and SW 35th Streets in the Nelscott District.
The purpose of this project is to reduce congestion and improve safety.
The project will construct a three lane section with a middle turn lane, and realign the two legs of 32nd Street in a signalized intersection. The project also includes curbs and sidewalks, new drainage facilities, landscaping, and two new large culverts under US101 and west 32nd Street to improve fish passage. Parking will be improved at 35th Street and in the Nelscott Business area. The new facilities will be ADA accessible, with pedestrian crossings at the new signalized intersection and across US101 at 29th Street.
A key piece of project design is the look and feel of the Nelscott District, an important strip of historic buildings along U.S. 101.
The Nelscott Mercantile Building was built in 1927.
Working with Nelscott businesses, a decision was reached on a roadway design that maintains the uniqueness of the Nelscott business strip
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