A $41 million investment in safe, accessible travel on OR 99W.
The project improvements increase safety and add connections for people who drive, bicycle, walk and use mobility devices.
We will create a fully connected sidewalk network in the corridor, smoother and safer road surface, increase bike lane connectivity, and reconstruct sidewalk curbs so they comply with Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
The project area begins where OR 99W (Pacific Highway) crosses Interstate 5 near SW 64th Avenue. It continues along Pacific Highway south to SW McDonald Street in Tigard.
- New Sidewalks: Build approximately one mile of new sidewalk. When complete, there will be a fully connected sidewalk network between I-5 and McDonald Street.
- New Bicycle Lanes: Add new sections of bike lanes in both directions to fill in gaps on OR 99W between SW 65th Avenue and SW 72nd Avenue. Add new bicycle detection sensors at signalized intersections.
- Highway Paving: Repair and repave nearly three miles of road surface along OR 99W from I-5 to McDonald Street.
- ADA Upgrades: Upgrade 150 curb ramps to comply with current Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
- OR 99W intersection with SW Main Street/SW Johnson streets: Build a new crosswalk on the east side of the intersection. Upgrade the traffic signal and build a dedicated left turn lane from SW Johnson Street to northbound OR 99W.
- Bridge Deck Maintenance: Install waterproofing and repair bridge joints on two bridges.
Intersection Improvements: OR 99W at SW Johnson Street/SW Main streets
Build a new crosswalk on the east side of the intersection to improve pedestrian mobility. Build a designated left turn lane for vehicles heading north onto Pacific Highway. To improve traffic flow, a shared lane will allow drivers to continue straight to SW Main Street or turn right onto Pacific Highway. A rebuilt traffic signal supports these changes.
I-5 to SW McDonald Street
Cost and Funding
The total project budget is $41 million.
- A smoother, safer road surface.
- Fully connected sidewalk network.
- Increased bicycle lane connectivity.
- Curb ramps that comply with Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
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
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