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OR 141 (SW Hall Boulevard) ADA Ramp Improvement Project: SW Scholls Ferry Road to SW Locust Street

Construction Phase

Region 1: Portland metro and Hood River County (Beaverton, Tigard, Washington)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We are upgrading 65 sidewalk curb ramps at approximately 14 existing intersections along Oregon 141 (SW Hall Boulevard) between SW Scholls Ferry Road and SW Locust Street to make them ADA-compliant. The improvements create safer and more accessible highway connections for all sidewalk users along SW Hall Boulevard.

ADA sidewalk curb ramp upgrades are complete and functional at nine existing intersections along the project area. 


Traffic Impact

OR 141 (SW Hall Boulevard) at SW Greenburg Road – parking lot entrance closure:  
Beginning Monday, April 3, the entrance to the business parking lot off SW Greenburg Road will be temporarily closed. The closure is expected to last approximately 2-3 weeks while construction crews build new, upgraded ADA sidewalk curb ramps at the driveway entrance. Business access will remain open at the entrance on Hall Boulevard.

OR 141 (SW Hall Boulevard) at SW Locust Street:
Intermittent single lane closures between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

OR 141 (SW Hall Boulevard) from SW Scholls Ferry Road to SW Hemlock Street
ADA sidewalk curb ramp upgrades are complete and functional at nine locations along the project area.

Travelers should expect short delays in the area during construction. For the most up-to-date traffic impacts during construction please visit 

Most of the work is scheduled during the day. Daytime work hours are from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Some work may occur at night.​

​Other traffic impacts expected during construction:

  • Daytime lane closures (Monday through Friday) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Nighttime lane closures (Monday through Friday) from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.
  • Nighttime lane closures Friday from 8 p.m. to 9 a.m., Saturday from 9 p.m. to 10 a.m.; Sunday from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Watch for flaggers directing traffic in the work zone as needed.

Construction Impacts

Construction started in fall 2022 and will continue through summer 2023

Schedule subject to change.

During construction, expect temporary lane and shoulder closures on SW Hall Boulevard and ​some side streets, and signed and accessible detours for sidewalk users. 

To reduce traffic impacts during the day, we may complete some work at night. 

Project Updates

Sidewalk curb ramps at nine existing intersections are complete and functional. Ongoing cleanup, landscaping and other construction improvements, including ADA sidewalk curb ramp upgrades at the existing signalized intersections will last through summer 2023.

Construction at the remaining signalized intersections began early January​ and will continue through summer 2023. The project schedule is subject to change.

Nighttime Noise Hotline

We will minimize nighttime noise when possible.  During consruction, t​hose working or living near the work areas may hear periodic construction noise from construction trucks and other equipment such as paving and grinding machines, jackhammers, concrete saws and compressors. 

Noise Hotline: (503) 412-2349. This number is available for nearby residents and businesses to help resolve any ODOT noise-related concerns 24 hours a day. 

Other projects in the area

OR 141: SW Hall Boulevard from SW 92nd Avenue to SW Pfaffle Street
ODOT, in coordination with the City of Tigard, is lowering the speed limit from 40 mph to 30 mph on OR 141 (SW Hall Boulevard) between SW 92nd Avenue and SW Pfaffle Street. The new reduced speed limit will go into effect the week of March 20, once crews install new posted speed limit signs. 

Lower vehicle speeds can decrease the severity of crashes, particularly in pedestrian and bike collisions and may also allow drivers more time to see and react to vulnerable road users and obstacles. In the Portland metro region, excessive speed and driver impairment combine to be the second leading cause of fatal and disabling crashes.

Speed Zones in Oregon are established through an engineering study completed by ODOT and follows a full review of roadway characteristics including crash history, traffic volumes, highway geometry, roadside culture and density. 

  • ​​During installation of new speed limit signs, expect short term shoulder closures on SW Hall Boulevard between SW 92nd Avenue and SW Pfaffle Street during the day between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. while sign crews install the new signs.

OR 141: SW Hall Boulevard: Pedestrian Safety Improvements including Two Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons 
In partnership with the City of Tigard and Washington County, ODOT is working on a project to enhance safety on SW Hall Boulevard by installing two new enhanced pedestrian crossings, or Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons, across SW Hall Boulevard at the intersections of SW Hemlock Street in unincorporated Washington County and SW Spruce Street within the City of Tigard. Additional work includes constructing new sidewalk, new lighting and improving sidewalk curb ramps to meet ADA requirements. The project begins the design phase in 2023, with construction anticipated in 2025. For more information please visit the project website​

Oregon 217 Auxiliary Lanes Project
ODOT is working on a project 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. Work began in December 2021 and continues through 2025. In partnership with the City of Beaverton and Washington County, we are making targeted improvements to local bicycle and pedestrian routes. New bike lanes and sidewalks will be installed on Hall Blvd between Scholls Ferry Road and SW Cascade Avenue. The Hall Blvd bridge over OR217 between OR99W and SW Pfaffle Street will be replaced. ​For more information please visit the project website:

Willamette Water Supply
The Willamette Water Supply Program is adding seismically-resilient water supply for Tualatin Valley Water District, City of Hillsboro, and City of Beaverton water customers. This project will occur along the Hall Blvd corridor beginning March 2023. For more information please visit the project website:​​

Tips for Traveling Safely in Work Zones
  • Orange is your cue! Pay attention when you see orange signs, barrels, cones and barricades.
  • Obey all speed signs for your safety and the safety of others.
  • Expect delays—plan for them—and leave early so you can drive safely through the work zone.
  • Allow extra time when traveling and follow all signs and flaggers for safety. 

​For 24/7 road conditions and traffic alerts visit​ or call 5-1-1. 

We will update the website with construction information and traffic updates.​


Construction began in fall 2022 and will continue through summer 2023.​​ Schedule is subject to change.



Project A​​rea

The improvements on SW Hall Boulevard span about 1.25 miles and cover 14 intersections between SW Scholls Ferry Road and SW Locust St​reet.​​​
Project map with locations of ADA ramp upgrades and the Hemlock Street crosswalk closure

Map of the project area and the location of ADA sidewalk curb ramp improvements and completed intersections.

Project Elements

  • Sidewalk Curb Ramps
    • Upgrade more than 60 sidewalk curb ramps along 14 existing intersections of SW Hall Boulevard to comply with current Americans with Disabilities Act standards, which will increase accessibility for all users. 
    • Provide sidewalk users an accessible curb ramp transition onto the highway shoulder at several locations where the sidewalk ends. 
  • Intersection Improvements
    • Install new vehicle detectors at intersections to improve signal timing by sensing the presence of vehicles. 
    • Provide new pedestrian push buttons.
    • Replace striping and signs when affected by rebuilt sidewalk curb ramps.
    • We will work with our partners at the City and County to make the pedestrian crossing safer with future improvements at the intersection of SW Hemlock Street and SW Hall Boulevard. 
    • We will provide more information when it becomes available.
Pictured above: photo of sidewalk curb ramps at the intersection of an existing driveway before ADA compliant sidewalk curb ramp upgrades.
Pictured above: photo of sidewalk curb ramps at intersection of an existing driveway after ADA compliant sidewalk curb ramp upgrades.


OR 141 |

SW Hall Boulevard between SW Scholls Ferry Road to SW Locust Street

Cost and Funding

​Project cost: $5,063,971


​MJ Hu​ghes Construction


​New sidewalk curb ramps will increase safety for people of all abilities, including people using mobility devices, traveling along SW Hall Boulevard. This improves access to housing, employment and businesses in the area.

Additional Information

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

¿Habla español? Podemos proveer la información en esta publicación en español. Para recibir la información en español por favor llame (503) 731-4128.

Contacts & Media

Project Contacts

Community Affairs Coordinator
Dee Hidalgo

Public Information Officer
Don Hamilton
Project Hotline
Noise Hotline: (503) 412-2349

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Last Updated

3/27/2023 7:43 PM

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Project Documents

Related documents to this project
K19267-OR141-HallBlvd-ProjectMap.pdfOR 141 Hall Boulevard project map with ADA ramp upgrade and Hemlock Street crosswalk closure locations (May 2021)
K19267_OR141_SWHallBlvd_Fall 2021 NewsLtr_English.pdfFall 2021 English language project newsletter.
K19267_OR141_HallBlvd_BilingualProjectMap_Fall 2021.pdfProject map with ADA ramp upgrade and Hemlock Street crosswalk closure locations.
K19267_OR141_SWHallBlvd_Fall 2021_NewsLtr_Spanish.pdfFall 2021 Espanol/Spanish language project newsletter.
February 2022 (English) Newsletter OR141 SW Hall ADA Ramps.pdfFebruary 2022 update to the project newsletter. English language version.
February 2022 Espanol - Spanish Newsletter OR141 SW Hall Blvd ADA Ramps.pdfA February 2022 update to the project newsletter. Espanol/Spanish language.
February 2022 Project Map - OR141 SW Hall Blvd ADA Ramps.pdfFebruary 2022 project map update. Bilingual project map.
K19267_OR141_SWHallBlvd_September 2022 NewsLtr_English.pdfSeptember 2022 English language project newsletter
K19267_OR141_SWHallBlvd_Fall 2022 NewsLtr_Spanish.pdfSeptember 2022 Spanish language project newsletter