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Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

Expanding Options for Biking, Walking, and Rolling

This project includes targeted improvements to local bicycle and pedestrian routes, in partnership with City of Beaverton and Washington County. The improvements will complete the north/south parallel bicycle and pedestrian network as well as make key enhancements to east/west routes.

New Sidewalks and Bike Lanes on Hall Boulevard in Beaverton

We’re building new sidewalks and bike lanes on the Hall Boulevard overpass between Cascade Avenue and Scholls Ferry Road in Beaverton by widening the bridge. When the work is done, the overpass will be 19 feet wider. This extra width allows space for a new sidewalk and bike lane on the north side of the overpass and a new bike lane on the south side of the overpass. Currently, there are no marked bike lanes on this overpass and there is a sidewalk on just one side. These will provide a much-needed connection for people bicycling, walking and rolling between Scholls Ferry Road and Cascade Avenue and allow all travelers more space to cross the overpass safely.

  • ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION: One of the two westbound lanes on the Hall Boulevard overpass is closed for several months to provide crews with the space they need to finish widening the overpass.
    • Crews will keep traffic moving in both directions on Hall Boulevard during the work. Both eastbound lanes and one westbound lane will remain open.
    • The lane closure spans from Scholls Ferry Road to Cascade Avenue. Exact boundaries may change as the work progresses.
    • We are rebuilding the existing section of sidewalk along the north side of Hall Boulevard, including the driveways into the Progress Plaza parking lot.  At least one driveway will remain open throughout construction for accessing the plaza.
    • Check before you leave for up-to-date traffic impacts.

Existing Conditions
Southwest Hall Boulevard overpass (northern) with sidewalk on one side of the roadway.

Current view of Hall Boulevard overpass between Cascade Avenue and Scholls Ferry Road (looking east).

Rendering of Future Conditions

North side: 7 foot sidewalk and 6 foot bike lane. 2 travel lanes each way. South side: 6 foot bike lane and 5 foot sidewalk.

Future configuration of the Hall Boulevard overpass that includes sidewalks and bicycle lanes in both directions. 

New Sidewalk on North Side of Denney Road

We’re widening the sidewalk on the north side of Denney Road from the Fanno Creek Trail to 105th Avenue. After completion, there will be a 12.5-foot sidewalk along Denney Road in that section.

This work is under active construction. The new sidewalk is expected to be completed in the first half of 2024.

Cross section. The north sidewalk is 12.5 feet. There are 2 westbound lanes and 1 eastbound travel lane.    

Denney Road at the new Fanno Creek Bridge (looking east).

Extending the Fanno Creek Trail

We’re extending the Fanno Creek Trail along the east side of OR 217 to Allen Boulevard. This is a section that is currently missing and will complete the OR 217 parallel bike path network from OR 99W to Allen Boulevard.

Fanno Creek Greenway sign with trail visible
Fanno Creek Greenway

Widen Bike Lanes on Hall Boulevard in Tigard
We're widening the bike lanes and sidewalks on the rebuilt Hall Boulevard overpass between OR 99W and Pfaffle Street. Visit the Hall Boulevard Overpass page for additional information. 

This work is expected to begin in 2024.

Project Contacts

OR 217 Auxiliary Lanes Project Team 
Lili Boicourt

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