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I-5 Central Point (exit 33) Interchange Area Management Plan (IAMP)

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The IAMP 33 is intended to evaluate the operation of exit 33, determine if there are any areas of concern, now or in the future, and in general terms, identify long-term needs, based on planned development in the area. 
In the future, the interchange will be expected to carry more traffic as the population increases and development occurs.  In addition, the spacing of the ramps and other accesses do not meet current standards, and traffic can build up between intersections, causing congestion and safety issues.  As traffic volumes increase, the problems will continue to get worse.

Project Documents
IAMP Exit 33 Revisions Memo - May 19, 2014.pdf
IAMP 33 Project Update - August 19, 2011
Technical Memos:
TechMemo_1_Definition And Background_IAMP 33_Oct2010.pdf
TechMemo_2_Existing Conditions Analysis_Exit 33 IAMP_Draft.pdf
TechMemo_3_Future Baseline Conditions_ IAMP_Exit33-Draft.pdf
TechMemo_4_Alternatives Analysis_Exit33 IAMP_Draft_Jan2012.pdf
TechMemo_5_Preferred Draft_Exit33_IAMP_Aug27_2012.pdf
TechMemo_6_Access Mgmt Plan_IAMP33_Oct16_2012.pdf
TechMemo_7_Management Actions_IAMP exit33_Oct2012.pdf

Project Teams:
I-5 Exit 33 IAMP TAC
Project Focus Group

Draft IAMP and Summary of Reccommended IAMP Improvements
Draft IAMP Exit 33  - May 19, 2014

For More Information

Thomas Guevara, Jr.

ODOT Senior Transportation Planner