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We will be improving accessibility and safety at this intersection for all road users.
None at this time.
None at this time. We plan to start construction in 2024.
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.
This intersection is identified as having a higher than normal frequency or severity of crashes. To address safety we will be adding dedicated turn lanes, signals and lighting. As part of the project we will be installing ADA compliant sidewalk, curbs and pedestrian crossings.
We are planning to:
Add left turn lanes on 54th Street.
Upgrade signals to add a dedicated turn light for the new turn lanes, this will allow cars to turn safely.
Update signal timing to allow pedestrians to cross during a dedicated walk phase.
Update lighting at intersection for better visibility.
Update signal and install ADA compliant curb ramps to improve accessibility.
You can learn more about the project and see what the intersection may look like by visiting our archived online open house that was open from Jan. 26 to March 13, 2023.
Design: 2020 - 2023
Design: $212,500Construction: $1,369,700
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