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Highway 62 Corridor Project
Project Overview & Concerns
 
Project Overview
  • Mid 1990’s: ODOT Technical Team evaluates the practicality of increasing capacity in the Highway 62 Corridor.
     
  • 1997: The Highway 62 Corridor Solutions Project begins.
     
  • 1997 to 2000: The Solution Team identified and evaluated alternative solutions for the corridor.
     
  • 2000: In response to funding constraints, recent case law and changes in Federal Highway Administration Policy, the Solutions Team divided the corridor into two study areas.
     
  • 2001, February: A Draft Environmental Assessment is published for the North Medford Interchange (NMI) area (Unit 1).
     
  • 2001, September: A Revised Environmental Assessment is published.
     
  • 2001, October: Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) issued for the NMI project.
     
  • 2004, August: ODOT begins the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process for the Highway 62 Corridor
 
What issues concern you most about the Highway 62 Corridor and improvements that might be made there?

CAC Responses
  • Congestion
  • Speeds
  • Safety
  • How Changes affect Businesses and Property Values
  • Better Options for Cyclist, Pedestrians, and the Bus
  • Traffic Flow
  • Access
  • Regional Concerns
  • Desires for Long-Term Solution
  • Suggestions or Solutions to the Problem
    Air Quality
  • Miscellaneous Concerns/Comments
 



For more information:

GARY LEAMING
Public Information Specialist
Voice: (541) 774-6388
Gary.W.Leaming@odot.state.or.us

DEBBIE TIMMS
Project Leader
Voice: (541) 774-6393
Deborah.M.Timms@odot.state.or.us