We replaced curb ramps at 30 individual corners at intersections along OR 10 from SW Remington Drive near Mountain View Middle School to SW Marlin Drive near Hazeldale Elementary School.
Construction began in May 2022 and was substantially complete in September 2022. Generally, it took 1-2 weeks to complete work on an individual corner, with construction on several corners happening concurrently. However, only one corner per intersection was under construction at a time.
The ODOT ADA Program is working to bring more than 25,000 curb ramps throughout Oregon into compliance with American with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. The effort was launched in response to a formal complaint from the Association of Oregon Centers for Independent Living (AOCIL). Together we reached an agreement to improve curb ramps and pedestrian signals along all state highways. We are committed to new standards for accessible routes through work zones, outreach and addressing public concerns. Everyone who uses sidewalks along our highways will benefit from this commitment and the improvements we make to the curb ramps.
SW Remington Drive to SW Marlin Drive in Aloha
Cost and Funding
$3.3 million (combined with the ADA ramps project on OR 99E).
People with disabilities and everyone who uses sidewalks along the highway will benefit from the curb ramp upgrades.
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