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Redmond Long-Range Planning
Redmond Long-Range Planning
 
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is working on a long-range plan for the US 97 corridor through Redmond. The planning includes proposals for long-range plans for the extension of the US 97 Reroute south of its planned end at Highland Avenue to Deschutes Market Road. In addition, ODOT is looking at how to maintain mobility at the interchange on the north end of the Reroute.
 
About the Proposed Projects
 
US 97 “Corridor Plan,” from South Redmond to Deschutes Junction
Long-range planning is underway to guide future improvements needed in the US 97 corridor to maintain mobility and safety for the next 20 years.  The study area is divided into two sections: the urban portion inside the city of Redmond, and the rural highway between the south city limit and Deschutes Market Road. 
 
The final study recommendations will be amended into the City of Redmond, Deschutes County, and Oregon State Transportation plans.  
 
US 97- Redmond Reroute Interchange Area Management Plan

In order to maintain mobility and safety for the next 20 years, long-range planning is underway to determine future improvements needed to state and local roads in the vicinity of the proposed interchange at the north end of the US 97 Redmond Reroute.
 
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