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Jan. 27, 2014 
Girder Installation Complete over I-205
 
The ODOT contractor completed the girder installation over the north and southbound lanes of I-205 on Jan. 26.  The girders are the support beams for a new overpass which will connect SE 82nd Drive with SE 82nd Avenue. Girders were installed at night over on two weekends, Jan. 17-19 and Jan. 24-26, 2014. 
 
In the future, there will be occasional nighttime-only single and double lane closures of I-205 to complete the work on this part of the project. You can log onto Tripcheck for more information each Saturday.
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This photo, taken Jan. 21, shows the girders over the northbound lanes of I-205 prior to the girder installation over the southbound lanes of I-205.
The view is looking south with the northbound on-ramp from 82nd Drive at the bottom of the photo and 82nd Avenue at the top.
 
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Installation of the girders over the I-205 northbound lanes on Jan. 17, 2014. 
 
  
Project Contact
Susan Hanson, ODOT Community Affairs, 503‐731‐3490
susan.c.hanson@odot.state.or.us
 

 

Project Information
 
 
The Sunrise JTA Project is a phase of the much larger Sunrise Corridor Preferred Alternative that will address existing congestion and safety problems in the Oregon 212/224 corridor by constructing a new road from I-205 to 122nd Avenue. Major project elements include:
  • Constructing a new two-lane limited access highway (one lane each direction) from the Milwaukie Expressway (OR 224) at I-205 to SE 122nd Avenue at OR 212/224.
  • Constructing a new I-205 overcrossing that will connect 82nd Drive and 82nd Avenue.
  • Improving bicycle and pedestrian accommodations in the project area.
  • Improving the intersection of SE 122nd Avenue and OR 212/224.
  • Improving intersections in the project area, including traffic signals, signing, striping, drainage and water quality. 

Construction of the Sunrise JTA Project is expected to be completed by summer 2016.

 

For the most current information about the Sunrise JTA Project, click on the links below.

Sunrise Fact Sheet Summer 2013

 
Project Map
 
Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections
 
Project Construction Impacts

 

Overview

General background information and current status of the project.  More 
 
Information
Maps, design drawings, and other project documents.  More  
  
Related Projects
Information on other projects in the Sunrise Corridor area, including the Lawnfield Connection Project and Industrial Way Extension.  More 
 
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