This multimodal project will promote economic development, safety and community livability in downtown Roseburg by improving the flow of traffic along the Oregon 138E corridor and adding features that benefit tourists, bicyclists, pedestrians and the disabled.
The project will realign two intersections, build new turn lanes at three intersections, replace several traffic signals, add or replace sidewalks, construct a multiuse path along Harvard Avenue and Oak Avenue, resurface the Oak and Washington Avenue Bridges, install new streetlights, and provide other improvements throughout the project area.
Oregon 138E (MP -0.8 to 0.2) -- Project is located along a one mile area between the Interstate 5 Harvard interchange and downtown Roseburg.
Cost and Funding
Funding: $14,464,500 (Statewide Transportation Improvement Program)
Awarded construction contract amount: $10,488,881.20 (Bid let date: June 8, 2015)
Total project cost: $19,407,266.71 (estimate)
Carter and Company (Salem, Oregon)
The project area extends approximately one mile along Oregon 138E (MP -0.8 to 0.2), from the Interstate 5 Harvard interchange (Exit 124) to Diamond Lake Boulevard.
The project area includes parts of Harvard Avenue, Oak Avenue, Washington Avenue, Stephens Street, Pine Street, Spruce Street, Douglas Avenue and Diamond Lake Boulevard in Roseburg.