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We are installing sidewalks to improve accessibility and safety between Denver Street and Hanover Street on OR 202.
None at this time. Traffic control will change during school times.
Expect shoulder and lane closures, controlled by flaggers, as needed.
We expect to work during the day with occasional nighttime work.
None at this time. However you may see activity in the area as our partners work to relocate utilities prior to our project starting.
Visit TripCheck for the most current traffic information.
Pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will have access through or around work zones.
Pay attention in the work zone, slow down and move over – imagine this is where you work!
Always drive safely, watch for construction signs and workers.
Remember: fines double in all Oregon work zones, whether workers and signs are present or not.
OR 202 is part of the major transportation route around the Astoria peninsula on the west end of town. We have been working with the City of Astoria to construct sidewalks and bike lanes to provide a safe route to the high school.
Additional work will include:
Repaving the road.
Installing new pavement markings.
Upgrading traffic signs.
Constructing retaining walls.
Design: 2018 - 2022Construction: 2024
Between S Denver Street to Hanover Street.
$4.2 million for design and construction
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