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I-205: Shared Use paving through Maywood Park

Project Completed

Region 1: Portland metro and Hood River County (Maywood Park, Multnomah)

​​The Oregon Department of Transportation repaved a section of the I-205 Shared Use Path that runs through Maywood Park. In spring 2020, crews will repair sidewalk curb ramps.


Construction Impacts

The path is open without detour. This project is complete. 


The majority or work took place in 2018 and 2019. Corrective work will take place in spring 2020. 



In 2018 and 2019, the Oregon Department of Transportation repaved and installed sidewalk curb ramps on a section of the Interstate 205 Shared Use Path that runs through the City of Maywood Park. 

 Repaving the path increased safety by smoothing out bumps caused by tree roots. Installing sidewalk curb ramps increases access and safety for all users. 

In spring 2020, some of the ramps will be repaired or reconstructed in order to comply with accessibility standards. Work will take place on the Shared Use Path between NE Campaign Street and just north of NE Beach Street. The contractor will repair any damage to the pavement or landscaping caused by construction.

For ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) or Civil Rights Title VI accommodations, translation/interpretation services, or more information call  503-731-4128, TTY 800-735-2900 or Oregon Relay Service 7-1-1.

¿Hablas español? Podemos proporcionar la información de esta publicación en español, por favor llame al 503-731-4128.​


I-205 | ​Shared Use Path from the bridge over I-84 to NE Prescott Street

Cost and Funding

​Projec​t cost: $1,111,481.64​

Contacts & Media

This project will pave the I-205 Shared Use Path through Maywood Park. The project will begin at the pedestrian bridge at I-84 near Northeast Fremont Street and continue north until the connection with Northeast Prescott Street.

Project Contact

Community Affairs Coordinator
Katelyn Jackson

Last Updated

12/30/2020 10:14 AM

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Project Documents

Related documents to this project
Fact-Sheet-19265.pdfView the project fact sheet from March 2018.
Open-House-Displays-19265.pdfView the displays from the March 21, 2018 open house at Maywood Park.

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