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Construction Update (09/29/2017)

Posted: Friday, September 29

Day shoulder closures on U.S. 26 in both directions.

Double lane closures in both directions of I-84 (from I-5 to I-205) from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. weekdays.

Day and night shoulder and lane closures on SW 185th and Cornelius Pass Road, Murray Boulevard, Scholls Ferry Road in both directions weekdays.

Periodic nighttime closures of the multi-use path along the south side of U.S. 26. (between SW 79th Avenue and SW Katherine Lane) with detours. Path users should expect a section of path reduced to 6 feet.

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East/West Regional Connections Project

The Oregon Department of Transportation and Washington County (in a partnership project) is now beginning construction of the next phase of ODOT RealTime, a system that provides real-time traffic information on roads to help travelers get where they're going more safely and efficiently. The latest project will implement ODOT RealTime between Washington County, central Portland and the Portland Airport.

This expanded system will improve road safety and help drivers make better informed decisions about their travel routes.

Learn more...

The map below contains more detailed information about upcoming paving and sign work areas. Click icons and shapes for more information.

Please note: This map will continue to be updated as the project progresses. The work schedule is subject to change based on weather and site conditions.

Know before you go! For current road conditions, visit: tripcheck.com

Older News

Construction Update (12/9/2016)

Posted: Friday, December 9

Traffic Impacts:

Periodic nighttime lane closures on U.S. 26 and daytime lane closures on SW 185th in both directions. Crews will have periodic nighttime lane closures in both directions on U.S. 26 (between OR 217 and the tunnel), as well as daytime lane closures on SW 185th (between U.S. 26 and OR 8) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Short-term impacts to the multi-use path along the south side of U.S. 26. between SW 79th Avenue and SW Katherine Lane. Path users should expect a section of path reduced to 3 feet, as well as periodic nighttime closures of the path beginning at 8 p.m. and reopening by 5:30 a.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. on Saturdays and 9 a.m. on Sundays. A signed detour will direct path users through the West Slope neighborhood during the nighttime closures.

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Construction Update (12/2/2016)

Posted: Friday, December 2

Multi-Use Path Impacts:

There will be short-term impacts to the multi-use path along the south side of U.S. 26. between SW 79th Avenue and SW Katherine Lane. Path users should expect a section of path reduced to 3 feet, as well as periodic nighttime closures of the path beginning at 8 p.m. and reopening by 5:30 a.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. on Saturdays and 9 a.m. on Sundays. A signed detour will direct path users through the West Slope neighborhood during the nighttime closures. See map.

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Construction Update (11/23/2016)

Posted: Wednesday, November 23

Bike Impacts:

Month-long work project will require intermittent nighttime closures of U.S. 26 multi-use path, beginning December 7.

A section of the U.S. 26 multi-use path will be closed intermittently at night beginning December 7, over a timeframe of approximately one month. Signs indicating the detour route (see map) will be installed on the path. On nights when work takes place, the path will close at 8:00 pm, and will reopen by 5:30 am on weekdays, 8:00 am Saturdays, and 9:00 am Sundays. The path will remain open during daytime hours, but will be narrowed to 3 feet minimum width to accommodate the work zone.

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Construction Update (11/18/2016)

Posted: Friday, November 18

Traffic Impacts:

Periodic night lane closures on U.S. 26 in both directions (between OR 217 and the Vista Ridge Tunnel) from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Monday through Wednesday. Shoulder closures in place for the same segment 24-hours a day.

24-hour Noise Hotline: (971) 673-5239.

Project FAQ's: http://odotrealtime.org/page/faqs

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