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Oregon 126: Expressway Management Plan: Project Library
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Phase One
The first phase culminated in a report detailing the existing and future conditions on OR 126.  Click here to review the Phase 1 Report.

Phase Two
During phase two, staff from the Oregon Department of Transportation, the City of Springfield, Lane County, and consultant team developed preliminary design concepts for the Oregon 126 Expressway Management Plan.  The design concepts were shared with community members at a workshop on November 17, 2005 and at a Sounding Board meeting on January 25, 2006.  This process resulted in 15 preliminary design concepts.  These design concepts were screened against specific criteria (such as cost, traffic operations, land use impacts or freight impacts) to narrow the range of options for further analysis.  Screened concepts were shared with the public at an Open House on June 1, 2006.
Based on public input and more refined screening, the project team and the Ad Hoc Steering Committee, a group of elected officials from the City of Springfield and Lane County and senior staff from ODOT, reviewed the evaluation of the design concepts and recommended those concepts for further study in the third project phase.

Phase Two Project Documents and Maps

Phase Three
The third phase of the project is currently in progress.  Click on the links below to see what’s been completed to date.

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