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OR 22: Salem Center Street Bridge Seismic Retrofit

Planning Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Salem, Marion)


Project to develop a plan and cost estimate for completing seismic retrofit work on the Center Street Bridge.


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About

As part of HB 2017, the Center Street Bridge is a future Statewide Transportation Investment Project to design and construct seismic retrofit improvements as identified, analyzed and refined in the 2019 Advanced Investigation report.

Project Benefits

There are two highway bridges that cross over the Willamette River in the Salem area. Of the two, the Center Street Bridge was determined to be the better candidate for a seismic retrofit project.

Installation of the retrofit measures will ensure that accessibility and connectivity across the river will be maintained after a major seismic event, although not at the current level assuming the Marion Street Bridge will not be in service.

This is an important consideration given that most essential services necessary for residents of the west Salem area (including governmental and medical services) are on the east side of the river and would be inaccessible if both bridges should fail.

Project Schedule

Design & Right of Way:  2021 - 2024
Construction:  2025

Location

OR 22 | Center Street Bridge in Salem

Cost and Funding

ODOT, Salem-Keizer Area Transportation Study (SKATS) and the City of Salem partnered to fund the limited advance investigation at a cost of $200,000. The investigation resulted in an estimate of $100 million to design and construct.

Contacts & Media

Project Contacts

Resident Engineer - Consultant Projects
Alvin Shoblom
Email
alvin.shoblom@odot.state.or.us
Phone
503-986-2874

Public Information Officer
Lou Torres
Email
louis.c.torres@odot.state.or.us
Phone
503-986-2880

Last Updated

11/1/2019 12:43 PM

Project Number

20046

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