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Install or upgrade curve warning signs across the region.
This project will upgrade curve warning signs to meet national standards and install new curve warnings at the curves that meet a specific crash threshold.
Installing signs will help reduce fatal and serious roadway departure crashes at horizontal curves. Curve warning signage has been shown to aid in driver's awareness in the changes to the direction of the road and to decreases roadway departure crashes. Roadway departure fatalities account for about two-thirds of Oregon fatalities.
The following corridors are included in the project:
OR 126 from milepost 0.00 to 76.65 (76.55 miles).
U.S. 20 from milepost 0.00 to 31.21 (31.21 miles).
OR 58 from milepost 13.19 to 69.41 (56.22 miles).
OR 228 from milepost 0.00 to 21.40 (21.40 miles).
View the archived online open house that was open from Jul. 12 - 31, 2023.
We held an in-person open house on Thursday, Jul. 13 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at the McKenzie Fire & Rescue Station.
Design: 2021 - 2024
OR 126 | OR 58 | OR 228 | U.S. 20
Pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will have access through or around work-zones.
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