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Hall Boulevard Overpass Replacement

Rebuilding Hall Boulevard Overpass (Tigard)

Hall Boulevard overpass in Tigard closed for nine months as of March 4, 2024

Crews have been working hard to improve safety and reduce bottlenecks on OR 217 by adding auxiliary lanes, or ramp to ramp connections, between Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and OR 99W.

To make room for these new auxiliary lanes and safety shoulders on the south end of the project, the Hall Boulevard overpass in Tigard near OR 99W and Pfaffle Street will be replaced with one that is longer and includes wider sidewalks and bicycle lanes.

To build the new structure, the overpass is closed to traffic for nine months as of March 4, 2024. A bike and pedestrian crossing is available throughout the closure.

Here's what you need to know:
  • What: The Hall Boulevard overpass near OR 99W and Pfaffle Street in Tigard is closed for approximately nine months.
  • Where: The closure starts just north of Pfaffle Street and extends to the south end of the overpass. The intersection of Pfaffle Street and Hall Boulevard is also closed. All vehicle traffic should use the signed detour.
  • When: The closure is anticipated to continue for nine months. 
  • Why: We need to demolish and then rebuild the overpass with wider footings to make room for the new auxiliary lanes and shoulders underneath. The new overpass will include wider sidewalks and bike lanes, be more earthquake resilient, and Americans with Disabilities Act compliant.
  • Noise impacts: Daytime construction noise will occur regularly as the new overpass is rebuilt. Nighttime noise is expected at the beginning of the closure during installation of the pedestrian bridge and overpass demolition.
  • Hall Boulevard overpass in Tigard closure and detour map
Detours during the overpass closure:
  • For drivers: Use OR 99W to Greenburg Road to Hall Boulevard (and vice versa). The intersection of Hall Boulevard and Pfaffle Street is also closed during this time. 
  • For pedestrians and cyclists: People walking, rolling and bicycling will continue to have access across OR 217 using a designated path on the overpass until a temporary bicycle and pedestrian bridge is installed by March 15. The temporary bridge will span the highway, running from Hall Boulevard on the south end to Pfaffle Street on the north end.
  • For transit users: Trimet lines 43 and 78 are rerouted using Locust Street, Greenburg Road and OR 99W. There is no Trimet service on Hall Boulevard between Locust Street and OR 99W.
  • Local access: The intersection of Pfaffle Street and Hall Boulevard is also closed during this time. Local traffic has access to Pfaffle Street between OR 99W and Hall Boulevard. Local traffic has have access to Hall Boulevard between Greenburg Road and Pfaffle Street and between OR 99W and the southern end of the overpass. Please avoid using small neighborhood streets instead of the detour route.

Existing Conditions

Existing conditions on the Hall Boulevard overpass in Tigard.PNG 

Current view of the Hall Boulevard overpass between OR 99W and Pfaffle Street. 

Rendering of New Future Overpass

North side: 7 foot sidewalk and 6 foot bike lane. 1 lane each direction. South side: 6 foot bike lane and 7 foot sidewalk.
Future configuration of the Hall Boulevard overpass in Tigard.

Project Contacts

OR 217 Auxiliary Lanes Project Team 
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