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OR 99W South Corvallis Facility Plan

Planning Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Corvallis, Benton)


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Evaluate and select potential improvements to OR 99W in south Corvallis 


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Stakeholder Advisory Group meeting #8
January 12, 2022
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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Project Information

NewsletterThe City of Corvallis enjoys a reputation for livability, which includes community characteristics supporting a high rate of walking and biking. However some areas of the City, like OR 99W south of U.S. 20,  have transportation facilities that could better support active modes of travel. The ​purpo​​se of this project is to determine how best to improve safety and mobility in this corridor.​​

A combination of factors make meeting the various travel demands in this corridor and improving safety and user comfort challenging, particularly for walking and biking. The challenges include:​

  • Five lane wide highway in an urban and suburban setting.

  • Limited north-south local street connections that provide alternative routes.

  • Few crossings of the Marys River and railroad.

  • Automobile-oriented development that favors driving.

This planning effort will inform how investments can be made to improve the transportation system in south Corvallis. It will address the safety, comfort, and attractiveness of walking and biking in south Corvallis as well as vehicular safety, mobility, and access on OR 99W.

An adopted ODOT Facility Plan would serve as a refinement plan to the City’s recently completed citywide Transportation System Plan. Informing our process to evaluate and select potential improvements to OR 99W in south Corvallis will be:

Topics in the Facility Plan will include:

  • Providing opportunities for meaningful public involvement to investigate the most beneficial design alternatives that address:

    • short-term and long-term strategies to balance pedestrian and bicyclist safety, comfort, and aesthetics with driver mobility and access along the highway and

    • compatibility with surrounding current and future land uses and off-system projects.

  • Addressing improved safety for all roadway users at intersections and mid-block crossings.

  • Incorporating opportunities for landscaping, art, street furniture, lighting, and other treatments into designs that encourage safe and enjoyable walking and biking along the corridor and at gateways.

  • Managing and protecting cultural and environmental resources.

​​​​​​Schedule

Summer 2020 to Summer 2022

Project Documents:

Public Involvement
​Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG)

Access Management -Key Principles
Local Access Survey Highlights
Stakeholder Interview Highlights
Open House #1 Summary
Comment Mapping Tool Summary
Concept Development Workshop Summary​
Open House #2 Summary​
​SAG Meeting Link Information
SAG Meeting #1 Presentation
SAG Meeting #2 Presentation
SAG Meeting #3 Presentation
SAG Meeting #4 Presentation
SAG Meeting #5 Presentation
SAG Meeting #6 Presentation​


​Technical Memos​​
​Newsletters

Performance Based Design Decision Framework
Road Safety Audit
Issues Opportunities & Constraints Summary
Plans & Policy Review
Methodology: Motor Vehicle Analysis
Methodology: Safety & Multimodal Analysis
Land Use Transit & Roadway Inventory
Existing Conditions: Motor Vehicles ​
Existing Conditions: Safety & Active Transportation​
Existing Needs Planned Improvements Alternatives and Recommendations
Planned Conditions: Motor Vehicles​
Planned Conditions: Active Transportation​ 

​March 2021​
July 2021
August 2021










Location

OR 99W |

Between Western Boulevard and the Corvallis Urban Growth Boundary south of Airport Avenue


Cost and Funding

​Region 2 Planning Funds

Contacts & Media

99W in Corvallis

Project Contact

Senior Transportation Planner
James Feldmann
Email
james.feldmann@odot.oregon.gov
Phone
541-757-4197

Last Updated

11/17/2021 4:37 PM

Project Number

R2-Plan-01



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