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OR 140 Corridor Plan

What is it?

This is a planning study of the Oregon 140 Corridor from I-5 Exit 35 to east of White City at the intersection of Brownsboro Road.
 
It inventoried the existing conditions, identified highway deficiencies and made recommendations for improving safety and operations. 

Some of the items reviewed included access (driveway) management/consolidation, capacity improvements, intersection safety and improvements to the local road network.
 
Where is it?
The Oregon 140 Corridor encompasses recently traded roadways with Jackson County which are now under ODOT jurisdiction. Beginning at the Exit 35-Blackwell/Seven Oaks Interchange, it includes Blackwell Road, Kirtland Road, Pacific Avenue, Avenue G, Agate Road to Leigh Way and east of White City on the highway to the intersection of Brownsboro Road. 
 
What’s the timeline and why is this important?
This was completed in the spring of 2013 and adopted by the Oregon Transportation Commission. The Oregon 140 Corridor plan will be used by the agency for selecting specific highway projects for funding and construction. 


Project Documents
Final Report:
OR140CorridorPlanFinalReport.pdf (10MB)

Reference Material:
OR140CorridorPlanReferenceMaterial.pdf (45MB)



For More Information
Tom Guevara Jr.
ODOT Planner
541-957-3692
Thomas.Guevara@odot.state.or.us